Women set fire to street!

I was relaxing on the toy room balcony early this morning when I noticed two women chatting on the street. Nothing unusual in that you might think but moments later I saw them set fire to a pile of leaves and rubbish at the edge of the sidewalk! I immediately alerted the tall person. He told me that I had done well to bark a warning but it was nothing to worry about. He explained that many people, especially older ones, still burn their rubbish in the street. Hmm, I don’t like it. It is smelly and makes my eyes water. I went inside and the tall person closed the balcony door to stop the smoke coming into the house.

Shortly after the ‘arson’ incident, the school bus came to collect the little person and I went down to the street with him to say hello to his friends on the bus and then I set off on my morning walk with the tall person.

The tall person told me that when he was locking the doors last night he had heard a Caucasian Shepherd dog barking in the neighborhood. I have heard it before. It has a deep, rich bark and is probably a large dog. The tall person said that we would try to find where it lives. I readily agreed and we set off and we were soon deep in the maze of little streets and alleys.

The neighborhood was busy with little people walking to school and tall people and short people leaving their houses to go to work. Even the chickens were leaving their houses to begin their day on the streets. I saw one standing at his yard door. Hmm, I wonder how the owner of that house gets his car through that small door.

As we walked I noticed more piles of burnt rubbish, some still smouldering and smokey. Perhaps the two women from my street travel around the neighborhood and burn things for other people.

We walked on and discovered a very patriotic tree flying a Georgian flag! The tall person took a photo and as I was waiting I noticed something at the end of the street.

As we got closer we realised it was a large Caucasian Shepherd. He had heard us coming and had come to the edge of his veranda to say hello!

As soon as the Caucasian barked we knew we had found our mystery barker. The tall person took several photographs whilst I sat and admired this magnificent dog. He barked and barked and was clearly excited to see me. He is very handsome and probably has a lot of admirers but I am a lady so I remained calm and demure!

We said goodbye and slowly made our way back home. By the time we got back to our street the pile of leaves and rubbish had burnt out and the air was sweet again. I’ll have a sleep now and dream about the magnificent Caucasian dreaming about me!

14 thoughts on “Women set fire to street!

  1. OMD!!! Bassa! According to your descriptions of him, the male Caucasian Shepherd is your type, isn’t him? Good on you!!! You are beautiful, sophisticated, and smart lady, I’m sure he’ll like you! Hang on, is he a yard dog ? That means he can’t get out of his yard? Oh no, then you two will be like “Romeo and Juliet”!!! Woo woo!!! 🙂

    • Yes he is the same type of dog as me Kevin. I haven’t seen him walking in the neighborhood so I suspect he is a yard dog. Your comment about Romeo and Juliet is great – I hadn’t thought of that – except Juliet (me) would need to call up to Romeo on his balcony! 🙂

  2. You are a good guardian, Bassa.
    I am sure, Caucasian Shepherds know each other by their full voices. Maybe he also wondered, who and where you might be, when he heard you barking, sometimes?

  3. Ah, another of your breed! A boy? Perhaps a future boyfriend? 🙂 I love seeing the pictures of the local area in your country! Seeing the Georgian flag was great! It is nice to see how things are in your beautiful country. 🙂 One of the best blogs I have ever seen is yours! You will have to visit with the other Shepherd again and take more pictures! 🙂

    • I am a little wary of the Caucasian, I think he might be the neighborhood Romeo!!! Thank you so much for your nice comment about the blog. It’s a pleasure to write and always lovely to receive comments.

  4. That was very good of you to alert the tall person to the fire you saw those ladies setting. You are alert…good for you sweet Bassa. We are glad you found that handsome dog and spent a little time visiting. We really enjoy the pictures you post of your outings. Hugs and nose kisses

  5. Wow. We were amazed that it’s OK to set a fire like that. So smart of you to bark, Bassa! Of course, if the male Caucasian is smart, he’ll be dreaming about you, Bassa! Woof!
    x from the Berner girls (our Mum and Dad will not let either of us have a boyfriend)

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