Humom & dad went to a place called Nyorksitty but didn't take us. Humom says we wouldn't have liked it because it's all big big buildings & stuff. But they had SNOW there, how could we not like it? Oh well, our dogsitter took us for lots of walks & we guarded our home really well. We're gonna let humom post some of her pictures.

Check this guy out, everyhusky who hunts! Talk about an alpha male! He must have one heck of a prey dive to bring down a LION & then wear it's skin! Mom says this is a fabulous sculpture. (Herakles/Hercules)

Here's mom by one of the many Van Gogh's at the Metropolitan Museum of art - he is one of her most favorite artists.

This one's for Meeshka's people - they have links to save the Rosa Bonheur Memorial Park on Meeshka's blog, & this is one of Rosa's paintings. Humom says she had no idea how huge this paining was, cause she never paid attention to it's dimensions even though she's admired it in art history books for years. She stood by it so you can see how big it is.

Our humans were supposed to go on a boat to see some tall Lady with a torch who welcomes everybody to America, but a big snow storm hit & the tours were canceled. These pics are from Battery Park, where they would have gotten onto the boat. Personaly, I think playing in the snow would be more fun than tromping up a gazillion steps inside a large bronze human anyway.

This last picture is looking toward the water - it's pretty obvious why they didn't want to send boatloads of tourists out.

Instead of seeing the Statue of Liberty, our humans went to the Indian Museum & saw tons of art by North-west coast tribes... and while these particular tribes didn't have huskies, they are very similar to the Chukchi tribes who developed our breed into the fine dogs that we are. But these tribes also venerated the wolf & used his image in a lot of their artwork.

We got a little snow too, and had a pretty good time chasing each other around in it. Still, it was nice to have our people home again. Nothing like a handful of Yummie Chummies & a good belly rub to make you feel warm & fuzzy-er.


The Army of Four said...

Woo. Too bad you didn't get to go play in the snow - did they at least bring some home for you?
Love the artwork! Thanks for sharing your mom's pictures.

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

I think you two would have looked very handsome playing in the snow in Battery Park. I can't believe you didn't get to go. It's not like you can't appreciate are too!


Phred said...

How far'z Nysitty inna BOAT?

When da Hoomins rent da Boat inna summer, ask 'em ta float ya down ta see the Lady inna Harbor frum YOUR Boat - no need ta pay munnie onna Ferry.

Prolly otta pack a lunch - in case da wind conks out ... Salin Boats are hard ta *row*!

Did'ja get a soov-in-ear frumma Big Sitty?

Yipps & Yapps,
Cinder & SmokeMutt

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Thanks for the tour and pikhs!

Woo would have sooo much fun romping in all that SNOW!!


Shmoo said...

Wow, the Rosa Bonheur portrait is HUGE! Almost as big as that cemetery the humans were mowing!

Thanks for sharing that, its a very pretty picture for one without huskies in it.


Kapp pack said...

Thanks for sharing all that info. My mom will need it when she goes with a couple friends to Nyorksitty for the weekend in a month or so.

Woo woo, Kelsey Ann

Holly said...

How cool!! My human woman loves art too! The Impressionists have always been her favorite, since high school! Degas is her favorite, cuz when she was a little girl she wanted to be a ballerina! What a cool place to visit!!


Maverick the Pirate said...

Harrrr Star and Jack
Great pics sorry you didnt get to play in the snow Harrrr.
Cap'n Maverick the Pirate

Thor said...

Mama LOVES New York City! She used to live near it a long, long time ago--before I was born! We're gonna move back close to there one day!


elyse said...

Dear Star and Jack,

Thank you for sharing your mom's photos! Now that your hu-mom and dad are home again, could you please have them give you some petting for me?