I know I said I would tell you the tail of all that muddy mischief Bert and I got into. But my heart is heavy and I need to tell you that my Angel Brother Gooses gal pal Belle has crossed over The Rainbow Bridge.
I know many of you knew Belle from the many many adventures Goose and Belle had over many years. I was one blessed pup that when I came to my forever home, I was able to go on a few adventures with her and a few times she stayed at my house when her parents were out of town.
Belle was just the sweetest, most beautiful friend a guy could have. Beautiful Belle hiked more miles than any dog I know. She even hiked King's Peak, that's over 13,500, it's the 7th highest peak in the US, and her parents will tell you that she hiked 3 times as many miles on that trail as they did as she traversed from the group ahead to the group behind.
Momma and I took a look back at all the wonderful times we had with Belle. It was hard for momma to just select a few photos, especially when it came to ones with her and Goose, so please forgive us if there is more than a few photos but nowhere near the 1000's we have.
This is the first time I met Belle.
Whenever Belle came to stay at my house she would always touch Gooses box with her nose and then lay on his old dog bed and look up at his box and picture.
Me walking the trail with Belle.
The same trail she walked with Goose headed to Gooses Rock.
Belle with Goose at Gooses Rock.
The Three Amigos, Goose, Belle and Bert.
Run free Beautiful Belle. I know your Goose welcomed you with open paws and is showing you all the best swimming holes and trails that heaven has to offer. You will be missed dearly, but our memories of you will always make us smile. A little piece of you will always be with me and my momma. And thank you for giving a young pup like me a chance and for accepting me and for teaching me restraint and patience, and, well for loving me.