Thursday, October 28, 2010

Hound in the hoosegow

This dog looked after Bibi and me so forlornly as we passed by him, all locked up in the 'hoosegow.' If you're not familiar with this word, which my grandfather loved to use, check out its meaning right here.

Note: He was in there with some workers, who were painting the interior of what will probably be a small shop.

13 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Thank you. I have learned so many things today.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Oh, he is so elegant and beautiful and glad to know that he has a home. Yes, I know "hoosegow." hehe

Gaelyn said...

Handsome dog but does look sad in the hoosegow.

Olivier said...

un beau moment de solitude, belle photo

Chuck Pefley said...

Poor guy's in the pokey, eh? I can see why he might be envious of Bibi -:)

Jilly said...

Well snap! As you say we both feature 'behind bars' today - I adore this, Bibi. What a gorgeous dog. Afghans are beautiful but will run and run, given the chance. I've got a Saluki pup here at the moment - not dissimlar and also beautiful.

jelena said...

This Afghan is so sad looking or is it just the moment taken out of the context and captured on a picture. Anyhow he should be out side not looking out!

B SQUARED said...

A very familiar word to me. Not from personal experience, you understand.

Louis la Vache said...

LOL at B SQUARED...
yeah, right...
;-D

You've made the police blotter many times due to your exploits in the FTLDP Staff Limousine...

Daryl said...

Pretty pup ... great snap!

Alexa said...

Poor beautiful baby! They should have let him come out to play with Bibi.

Tash said...

Aw, girls just wanna have fun and play! What a fascinating word - never heard it before. Cool to connect the post with your grandpa.

Carraol said...

Beautiful shot, he look wonderful elegant and a little sad and lonely!