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heini and me went to the palaeontologic museum in munich and had a great time.
heini was SOOOO interested and nosey.

just great to see. he was sniffing and looking around, totally concentrated.

when he went to sleep in the evening he was dreaming so sweet making these little noises, he always does that when he had an exciting day with new experiences.

so here come a few pictures if you like.



*grooaaarr*


mommy, can we go on now?


the ancient elephant


a prehistoric crocodile...





which profile is prettier??



who are these people??

maybe if I go close I can see his face?

what's this?


and this?


let me check this tooth out...


woahh, you can eat PLENTY with such teeth!!!


maybe I could try this bone mommy?


that was his LEGBONE :w00t:


now we have to go again :unsure:

but we will definately come back :aktion033:
 

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Heini, you and mommy get to visit the most interesting places!!!!

I think Heini was thinking: bones, bones all around and not a bone for me :(

Thanks for sharing! I'm so happy to see you posting pics, Becky! Are your arms doing any better?
 

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Heini, you and mommy get to visit the most interesting places!!!!
I think Heini was thinking: bones, bones all around and not a bone for me :(

after the museum I bought a bone for him in the doggie-store :blush:





Thanks for sharing! I'm so happy to see you posting pics, Becky! Are your arms doing any better?
thank you, unfortunately not. I am taking a lot of pain killers at the moment, I know that is not the solution. but I want to take part in life too :aktion033:


 

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I CANNOT believe all the wonderful places you and Heini get to go! I think it is wonderful, I wish we could take our doggies to all those kinds of places here in the US!!!
 

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awweeesome pictures :D It's so cool how they allow dogs inside a museum!
 

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One of the things that I am Crazy-in-love about being in Germany is: Dogs are allowed into many places :D

Becky, your threads never fail to please me!!! AWESOME!!! I love these. There is something about that Heini boy that melts my heart!!! I just LOVE his eyes ..his precious eyes speak through your pictures. So expressive..kisses to the cutie pie are sent from me
 

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I'm always amazed at all the places Heini gets to visit. What a lucky boy. Loved the pictures Becky. Heini looks like he's perplexed by those huge prehistoric bones, but quite at home with the bones in the doggie-store. So sorry your arms are no better.:grouphug:
 

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One of the things that I am Crazy-in-love about being in Germany is: Dogs are allowed into many places :D
not all museums allow dogs, I wanted to go to another museum the next day, the archeologic one, but they told me per mail before, I always ask in advance if dogs are allowed, they said: "no dogs"
guess what they suggested????

I could tie heini infront of the building, a ward would look if he's ok now and then. PARDON ME????? it was 1.RAINING; and 2. I WOULD NEVER EEEEVER...tie heini anywhere and leave him there.
oh and then they said, OR i could put the bagpack in one of the lockers, that would be fine too, as long as I don't take the dog inside.
the lockers?? they are small and dark and heini would suffocate!...boy they have ideas!

well but they wanted to be nice anyway :blush:

There is something about that Heini boy that melts my heart!!! I just LOVE his eyes ..his precious eyes speak through your pictures. So expressive..kisses to the cutie pie are sent from me
thank you :wub: I kisses him just now, he was asleep and looked at me like: MOMMY...I was sleeping and dreaming, NO KISSING after I went to bed :HistericalSmiley:

Heini looks like he's perplexed by those huge prehistoric bones, but quite at home with the bones in the doggie-store.
yeah, he was all excited and huffing and sniffing, looking behind the things and went back to the front. I was so surprised that he was interested in the skulls, I mean they were sooo old,50.000 years, how could they by any chance smell of anything?! well dogs noses are better than our's aren't they?


thank you :wub:
 
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