It is time for the girls to have a little excitement. So, I'm taking my Newfoundland dog, Arayo, on a road trip to discover the people and things that make life interesting. Join us on this adventure.
Karyn, if you go to the ROOMS (Museum)in St. John's, ask them to show you the taxidermed Sable Chief that many on the List helped to raise money for to restore the taxidermed coat of this dog.Often it is on display inside but they say if the display has changed, they will show you him in the back room. Sable Chief used to be on display in the Government building on the top floor. When I was 7 years old, it was the first time I had seen him. He was incredible then and is again. I believe he was hit by a truck in England, where he was a mascot for the Newfoundland regiment (which was not part of Canada at the time). He was then preserved and has been in Newfoundland since.Gloria
Maybe if they aded some drool to the statues...(drool appeal)
But what I REALLY like about that statue is that there is a puddle under it that looks like the statue had an accident! Or, marked his rock.
Princess & Tank sound the alarm whenever they see a statue. Princess has to touch it with her tongue before she realizes it's not a threat.