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Doggy city

Post by stout » 04 Mar 2013, 15:20

Hello! We have just returned home from our holidays. We spent four nights in Denver. We noticed something 'doggy' while we were there (other than the fact all the dogs we saw were big). Denver is the name of one of Stouts doodly friends and there were streets named; Logan (Stouts lab buddy), Inca (Ok not spelt quite the same as the lovely Inka doodle) and Stout (yes we have got photos) :lol: :lol: . I think there should be more places with streets named after dogs!
Cheers,

Chris, Michelle & Stout

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Post by The Turners » 04 Mar 2013, 18:04

We've got see the photo of "Stout Street" 8)
Would love to find a "Curly Wurly" Street :D
Although we do have a street called "Lick Penny Lane" :lol:
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Post by Bid » 04 Mar 2013, 18:23

There is a village near us named after all dogs -- Shitterton!

Welcome home - hope Stout was suitable welcoming :D
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Post by mistydog » 04 Mar 2013, 18:25

Where's the like button :lol:
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Post by Pollydoodle » 04 Mar 2013, 20:28

Bid wrote There is a village near us named after all dogs -- Shitterton!
:lol: Must not share that with OH,. He still wears a silly grin when he reminds us ,many years later :roll: , of Lickham Bottom ... Thankfully we did not like the house we viewed there !

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Post by Bid » 04 Mar 2013, 20:55

:lol: :lol: :lol: There must be something about this part of the world, because we also have a Scratchy Bottom
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Post by stout » 04 Mar 2013, 22:35

Bid wrote::lol: :lol: :lol: There must be something about this part of the world, because we also have a Scratchy Bottom
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: you could probably get some cream from the doctors for that :lol:

One of my friends lives in Ramsbottom (near Clitheroe), and no Chris, not Upper Ramsbottom
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Post by stout » 04 Mar 2013, 23:53

Welcome to Stout Street, Denver, CO (well to be 100% accurate (and blend in with the locals...... it's Stout and 16th... ooh get me with my bilingualism)):

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Yes the sun was in my eyes, and the woolly hat fitted in better in the ski resort, huuummm flattering :lol: :lol:

Here's the proof - google maps.....
https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=Stout+ ... s&t=m&z=18


Oh, and feel free to browse to find Inca too....
https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=inca+s ... s&t=m&z=16
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Post by techiebabe » 05 Mar 2013, 03:31

Near my husband's new workplace is Trump Street... perhaps the dogs had been eating too much grass when they named that one? :-)

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Post by Jackie » 05 Mar 2013, 15:23

Oh I love Denver, where did you go, did you ski?

Denver is a very dog friendly city and most dogs are welcome in the stores, they have some gorgeous dog bakeries out there too.xxx

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Post by stout » 05 Mar 2013, 17:52

Jackie wrote:Oh I love Denver, where did you go, did you ski?

Denver is a very dog friendly city and most dogs are welcome in the stores, they have some gorgeous dog bakeries out there too.xxx
We went to Winter Park, Chris was snowboarding, I was skiiing (my boarding days are behind me after a back op, so I got packed off to ski school!). Denver was a bit of a busmans holiday (10 breweries visited in four days :roll: ), Chris claimed to be 'researching' and 'getting inspiration' :lol:

We met lots of nice dogs in the pubs, including a cute ickle doodle pup who was chocky with a white beard v. cute :D

Chris wouldn't let me go to the doggy bakeries (Stout is still on his diet), so he got a pack of tennis balls instead :lol:
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Post by stout » 05 Mar 2013, 17:55

Bid wrote:There is a village near us named after all dogs -- Shitterton!

Welcome home - hope Stout was suitable welcoming :D
We did get lots of nice stouty cuddles, he has been a bit of a velcro dog since we got home :roll:
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Chris, Michelle & Stout

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