Thursday, July 12, 2012

Wonderful Window Whiffies

Strictly speaking, you can't see the window at which I am whiffing, but trust me: 
It is wonderful. *I love the smell of sea fog in the morning! Smells like victory.*

28 comments:

  1. You know, Spittimus bro, I don't think you look a bit like Blackie the Interloper!!! Your handsome furs are far too distinguished! Perhaps you should teleport over and we could lay that fallacy to rest and have a few beers and stuff! As for that Callie stirring things up ........ well ..... you wouldn't believe a woman who admits to being Trouble, would ya? >^,.^<

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  2. We had a muggy overcast day yesterday! In Los Angeles! Can you believe it - too hot and NO sun puddles!

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  3. Oooooooooooooh that sounds good!

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  4. Since we had the catio up, we've been enjoying whiffies without a window. Wanna come join us?

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  5. Spitty, in that first sun puddle picture in yesterday's bloggie you look like Andy Rooney wif those eyebrows..just sayin'.

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  6. Fresh sea fog whiffs sounds wonderful!

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  7. Ha ha ha ha, smells like victory!

    So since my old bro Eddie went to the bridge, only my mom knows what sea fog smells like. (And she's getting all nostalgic now.) Send me some so I know too.

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  8. It sownds pawsome, I wish I cud smell the oshean an thoze fishies! Thanks you fur stopping by mai bloggy an reading abowt mai furrend BabyPatches *purrrr*

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  9. my Mom LOVES the delightful "salty" smell of the sea!!!

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  10. Yes, I've been to San Francisco a couple of times, and the fresh sea air is simply incomparable! You are lucky to live in such a beautifully located city.

    I'll bet you can smell fishies, too!

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  11. Mom LAFFED till she hurt herself with your remark. Me..I didn't say what was on there. SHE did and now, she promises to make it up to you.

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  12. We've got breezes here but never any sea ones. Have to go over the mountain or whatever for those, I think. The peeps whiffed them last Sunday though when they went to that Strawberry Tea & Garden Tour on the South Shore. They should have brought me home a jar of the fresh sea air. The least they could do, I think.

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  13. Whiffies of sea air sound wonderful!

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  14. Oh yeah, the ocean smells great, doesn't it, Spitty? Unless it's low tide. Then, sometimes not so much...

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  15. OUR windows have been locked tight fer TOO LONG! Enjoy yer whiffies...

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  16. Oh you lucky kitty! Window wiffies with sea scents? Look how illuminated your whiskers are! Showing off your handsomeness again, you just love making all the ladycats faint, don't you?

    By the way, your comment on my post about Leo being better was so funny I almost choked! MOL

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  17. Enjoy those wonderful window wiffies, Spitty!!! Victory, indeed!

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  18. Oh Spitty that must be some VERY good whiffs.

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  19. Can you bottle some of those whiffs and send them to us, Spitty??

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  20. we were all hot and bothered a couple of days ago down in the east bay, but the whiffies have returned. long live the fog.

    emma and buster

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  21. Mum doesn't do the bummerfest routine. She doesn't like the drunks. Yes, less peoples went because it was so hot.

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  22. How we wish we lived by the sea! We aren't that far away, close enough we can go for the day if we wanted to (and have many times), but no sea fog or crashing waves on a daily basis for us, sadly.

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  23. Well, all we've smelled is lake air which, according to my woman, is not the same thing at all. She used to spend some smmertime on an island off the coast of Maine. She loved it so much that she got a wind chime bell for the deck that sounds the same as a harbor bell buoy there to remind her. Whenever the wind blows . . .dong, dong, dong. Purrs.

    Laura & Taffy

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  24. Can you smell the fishies in the wharf from there?

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  25. Oh Spitty!
    Yous looks so suave and deboinaire !
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  26. FaRADaY: SEA fog? As in fog wif loads and loads of TOONA and SALMON smells on board? We are sooooo disadvantaged, maligned, underprivelege---

    Allie: *slaps paw over mouth* we GET it, we GET it...

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