We had a ball at this year’s Port Townsend Rhody Grand Parade. 18 Corgis from all over the Sound marched with us. It was fun hearing from each block ahead, “Oh look! Corgis!”
Bring your humans and walk with us next year, May 19, 2018.
Here are some pictures that dad took:
You and Your Corgi
Won’t Want to Miss This!
as we march in the
Port Townsend Rhody Festival
Bring your Corgi (with or without a tail)
and spend the day in beautiful Port Townsend!
The parade starts at 1:00
we are entry #71 of 90
we think we’ll be at the start line by about 1:30.
We stage on Pierce Street,
just below Lawrence Street.
Easy to meet us along Lawrence Street and just jump in.
Parking available on Franklin Street.
For more information:
All well-behaved Corgis are welcome, no flexi-leads please.
Chloe Anne, Darby Jean and I got all dressed up to wish you a Merry Christmas. If you’re coming over… bring treats.
My boy Arrow, (GCH Mischief Afoot Arrow’s Solid Alibi) won Best of Breed in the AKC’s National Owner Handler Series. His mom Michelle sent us their picture. I’m proud of them, what a great Christmas present!
Chloe and I aren’t sure about this snow stuff. It’s cold! Our noses are cold, our earses are cold and our feets are cold… if we had tails, they’d be cold too!
My daughter Billie Jean “Stillwater Style” won Best of Breed on Saturday at the Vancouver (WA) Kennel Club under Judge Mr. Chuck Murray. I’m really proud of her, she shows like a pro.
In my first shows as a Veteran (I just turned seven years old) I had a great time!
At the Cascade Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club’s annual specialty show I was chosen Best Veteran in Sweepstakes by judge Mrs. Janet Summer (Kinion Corgis) of Oregon City, Oregon.
In the breed judging, I was Select Dog, Best Veteran and Dad & I got Best Owner-Handled Dog. Our judge was Mr. Kim Visgo Nielsen of Denmark. Dad had to carry a big handful of ribbons home.