The Quimper Corgi Clan on Parade

We marched in Port Townsend's Rhody Grand Parade this weekend. What a blast! We had fourteen Corgis with us and we had a great time. Mom and Dad really liked hearing, “Oh look! Corgis!” all along the parade route. We even had Her Majesty leading us:

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They Grow Up Fast!

These are my kids from a litter with Briar Rose: Arrow and Bravey. Their Mom Michelle is shown here with them as puppies and today as one-year olds! They live with Michelle, her husband Rob, and their daughters Heather & Hiedi. They also live with Lady, a Corgi who keeps everyone in line.

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The “Corgi Walk in the Pearl”

Every year, the Oregon Humane Society and the Columbia River Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club benefit from the “Corgi Walk in the Pearl“.

This year, over 400 (yes, four hundred!) Corgis strutted their stuff in Portland's Pearl District, we had a ball. The entry fees help to support the Oregon Humane Society, one of the nation's finest facilities of its type and Corgi Rescue run by the Columbia River Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club.

Sponsors for this year's Corgi Walk.

I was there with my kids Chloe Anne, Darby Jean, Arrow and Brave. We also had Lady with us who helps run the Wilson's house where Arrow and Brave live. I got selfies with a whole bunch of people. Here are some pictures that Dad took:

 

Family Time in Palm Springs

At the Kennel Club of Palm Springs last weekend, got to see my puppies from my litter with Bunny (GCH Cassandra of Red Five)…

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Bam Bam, Kristina, Pebbles, me & Mom,
Chip, Tyler and Winston

 

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Winston with his family, Matt and Vicky

 

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Bam Bam does a taste test

 

My Boy Winston

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This is Winston, he's from my litter with Bunny. We're taking him to his forever home with Vicki and Matt. He's what Corgi people call a “Fluffy”.