Sunday, July 6, 2014

Outer Space Adventure

Hello everybody! This is The Daily Bone and I’m your terrestrial doggie host Chester L. W. Stephens.


Yesterday my humans made the arduous intergalactic journey to Planet Webster, to visit Ryan, our favorite miniature human. I tell you, I’ve got to get over my fear of car rides so I can go there myself one day! Ryan has almost doubled his inventory of amazing high tech squeaky toys! My humans said I would go absolutely bonkers there with so many squeaky toys to choose from. Ryan gave us a photographic tour of his collection.


I have no idea what this is, but I heard you’re supposed to put water in it. Oh, now I know! It must be a gigantic futuristic doggie water bowl! You could put enough water in there to last an entire interplanetary expedition at sub light speed. 

Wow! Look at all the squeaky balls! 

I remember Ryan’s command center control panel where he keeps track of his squeaky toy inventory. Now he’s added a phone so that he can access it remotely. That big red storage facility is filled with even more exotic and wonderful squeaky toys! 

Here’s Ryan showing his Grampa how it all works. Apparently, you have to put a helmet on before you can play with these squeaky toys. 
Grampa tired on a helmet but it was too small. 

Oh, and here’s an alien life form who showed up on the deck in Ryan’s back yard. Will wonders never cease? 


Well, someday I’ll work up the courage to go where no doggie has gone before. Wish me luck! And that’s a memo. 

4 comments:

  1. OMD OMD Chester Ryan's place is just TOOOOOOOOOO much fun to resist... and let us NOT furget how CUTE he is. You MUST find a way to get there. Have you tried the TRANSPORTER??? Live long and Prosper...

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  2. If we had a transporter, I'd say, "Make it so!" Then I'd be there every day!

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  3. Crikey ..... that little bloke is way too cute. Grampa looked pretty cute, too, in his helmet, aye?? There's something about Grampa's and kids, aye? They go a bit funny in the head around them. My Dad does too!!

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