Sunday, May 4, 2008

Some "doo" and some "doo" not.

Belgrade has a number of really beautiful parks, large and small. Retired people on benches soak up the sun, lovers kiss in the shade of a tree, mothers keep a watchful eye on their children playing nearby. You can walk or sit on the grass too, if you dare. Up until fairly recently, there was no scoop law, and even now, strolling over the grass requires as much concentration as making your way through a mine field. You're more liable to soil your shoes in a small park; less grass for dogs to go on... The girl on the left is "doo-ing" her duty by picking up after her dog. Some "doo" not, as seen on the right.

4 comments:

Chuck Pefley said...

One of my pet peeves -:) Poop Patrol is also one of my least favorite parts about dog sitting my daughter's dog. Looks like this girl is wearing the leach while her good looking dog gives supervision ... or perhaps looking for approval? Quite a contrasting photo on the right. Yikes! Mine field for sure!

parlance said...

I'm enjoying your blog. Just found it recently. It's interesting to read about Belgrade.

Belgrade Daily Photo said...

Great post, and so true!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I had to laugh at your post today. I used to walk Autumn Eve around our 1/2 mile block each morning. And I always carried a small brown sack and a pancake turner and cleaned up after her. Did that for 13 years. I would love to do it for another thirteen but Autumn passed away in 2006 and I still miss her a lot.