I liked Goshen -- beautiful little Catskills town with flat streets and gentle mountains all around.
The town was done up for the Fourth of July, and I took a brief tour of the local bagel establishment, streets with drop-dead gorgeous houses, and a sulky track, which was actually being used. A sulky track! That's not something you see everyday in a small town! A delightful place, as was Adam and Lucian's lovely house. And did I mention Adam (a true gourmet cook) made bruschetta? True!
We chatted politics, dogs, Goshen, history, religion, immigration, houses, and puppies, and Adam took a nice picture of me with the four (now three) remaining pups which are bound out to other homes soon. Two pups had left just the day before.
More pictures later, but suffice it to say that Misto and Moxie are very different, as I knew they would be. Misto has a broad head, more of a pelt (lots of extra skin) and short legs, while Moxie has a narrow head (as girls will, in general), is much taller on the leg, and has much tighter skin. One, of course, is 10-weeks old (Moxie), and the other 8 (Misto).
The pups like each other right out of the sack, and after dropping them off in an x-pen to socialize, I came out to find them sleeping on top of each other. More later. I seem to have a night pen to clean up!