In an Unstrange Land

We’re in a foreign country, me and Bernie. It’s called Canada. I’m not sure why it’s foreign. The people talk a little funny, but not as funny, say, as Boodles Canneloni,  a perp we put away some time ago, and there was nothing foreign about him. 

This city’s called Vancouver. A beautiful city, Bernie says. He took a lot of pictures although now he can’t find the camera. Suzie’s here, too. We’re visiting my buddy Rufus. Is he an official Friend of Chet? Can’t remember. He likes to shove balls way under the couch where he can’t get them and then try to get them anyway. We did that for hours yesterday. Great game!

It’s been raining the whole time, so different from home. It’s nice to go out and feel the rain. We got very muddy, me and Rufus. Life can be great!


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5 Responses to “In an Unstrange Land”

  1. Diane
    7:39 am on November 10th, 2009

    Canada… it's only a little foreign…and they've got our back.

  2. Peggy Abrahams
    12:02 pm on November 10th, 2009

    Lucky Rufus to have you there to play with.

  3. Diane
    6:56 am on November 11th, 2009

    Oh oh, almost 11 o'clock and no post from Chet. Surely he didn't get stuck under the couch.

    Rufus must have picked that game up from feline friends…

  4. Chester Berne
    2:00 pm on November 13th, 2009

    They might have strange ways up there, but they do serve peanut butter along with jelly at breakfast, which is the mark of an incredibly advanced culture, much farther ahead than us Americans!

  5. ivy
    6:28 pm on November 16th, 2009

    Diane, Very funny post about Chet being stuck under the sofa. I wonder if that can actually happen. 🙂 J/K


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