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Weekending (Blogtober Days 6 &7)

I was remiss in posting yesterday, but hopefully this will make up for it.  I shot Puppy Raiser Day at Southeastern Guide Dogs yesterday. Puppy Raiser day happens with a dog is matched with a handler and the people that raised the dog gets to come meet the new handler and see the pup that they raised.  Here Mendy (on the right) is looking down at Wrigley, a Golden Retriever, that she raised. To the left is Wrigley’s new handler. They became fast friends and I know they will continue to stay in contact.













Today, I met up with Chip and Chris and Irwin to take some photos of Irwin before he goes back for formal training in a couple of week. We headed up to Tampa to the Riverwalk area and explored Armature Works and had lunch at Ulele. 


























The guy up top is real and is pedaling his bike to make gin.

While we were waiting for our table at Ulele, Irwin made a friend and showed off his cuteness.

My lunch, Chip’s lunch and Chip’s Frose’


Dog sculptures and a Humpty Dumpty sits atop Ulele…hope he doesn’t have a great fall!

Around Ulele, there are these vintage storybook characters.  The owner of the restaurant spent $100,000 restoring them after he bought the characters from the now closed Fairyland area at Lowry Park Zoo.  I loved seeing these decorating the area. In addition to Humpty Dumpty, there’s the Three Little Pigs, Jack and Beanstalk and Alice in Wonderland.  I highly suggest that you get to Ulele a little earlier than you plan to eat and explore. It’s so pretty and peaceful. You forget that you are in the middle of Tampa. 









Well, that was my weekend.  I have a guest blogger post going up on another blog soon.  I’ll let you know when that’s up and you can check that out.  Hope everyone had a great weekend and I’ll see you tomorrow!

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