Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Meet The Coffee Hound

Mornin' everyone!  Before I get this day kicked into full gear, I wanted to share a bit of fun and silly news with you. 

I camp with T@Bbers and Sisters and Glampers who often have a little "mascot" along for the trip.  Those travel companions have their picture taken at spots along the road on the adventures they take.  You might see them posed in front of waterfalls, sitting on a picnic table eating breakfast in a campground, riding shotgun in the car, perched on the counter with National Park rangers, or in front of a sign at a popular tourist attraction.

I've been on the look-out for the perfect traveling companion for my adventures in The Coffee Cup.  Several weeks ago, I found him.  Meet the Coffee Hound . . . 9 inches of soft, cuddly cuteness!!







You'll notice that he's wearing a bandana with coffee beans on it, but what he doesn't have is a name.  I was thinking "Charlie", but I'm open to suggestions if you have any.

Thanks for dropping by today and one day soon, you'll see me and the Coffee Hound with The Coffee Cup out on the road!!

"Camping and Coffee . . . Life Is Good!"


8 comments:

  1. He's cute! How about Joe? As in "cup of..."

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  2. I like that!! Not sure why Charlie popped in my head, but I really like Joe!!

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  3. Or Max or Maxwell as in Maxwell House Coffee. LOL...have fun picking a name it took me weeks to name our rpod Pudder-Pod. Have enjoyed reading Splash's blog and will follow Coffee Cups adventures (us Michiganders have to stick together).
    Vicki

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  4. Oooooooooo...Joe has just been displaced by Maxwell...sorry Rob. Thanks for following my blogs Vicki!

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    1. HEHE, that's ok, he does look more like a Maxwell than a Joe :-)

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  5. How about Java? You could even pronounce with a spanish accent using an "H" instead of a "J".

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  6. I considered Java, but Maxwell is still in first place! Sharon

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  7. Looks like a 'beanie buddy' to me! I want to hug him no matter what his name is!

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