Insta-16: Take Six

It’s time for another round of Instagram pictures! Actually, this post is way overdue, but better late than never, right? You can see the previous five recaps here

If you have an account, you can follow me at: SAMTJH22.  If not, this recap is for you! I’ve rounded up my last 16 Instagram pictures for you here today. This roundup includes summer fun at the pool and the lake, the Arizona Crawfish Festival, Stonehenge, London, and as always, Ringo and Abby pictures!

As always, my plan is to share a pretty collage of all the pictures and then pick my top 5 in different categories: Abby, Ringo, Cutest Couple (Ringo and Abby), Yummy (Food or Drink), and Wildcard (Non-Food and Non-Puppy).

OK, enough talk! Here’s the sixth round of Instagram pictures:

And here are my favorites:


Abby’s favorite pastime is sleeping, especially if she can lay in bed with us. If this picture included sound, you’d probably hear her snoring like a freight train! 


Ringo loves swimming and he loves biting at spraying water. The swimming pool aerator is the best of both worlds. He goes crazy when I turn it on…sometimes he’s so obsessed with the spraying water he forgets to keep paddling and starts sinking. He’s a strange dog.

Cutest Couple

These two make me want to stay in bed all day watching TV and snuggling. I think that would be Abby’s dream day!   


Back in August we spent a weekend in Heber-Overgard for the Arizona Crawfish Festival. We ate a lot of crawfish and had an amazing time there. Hopefully they have another festival this year and it’ll be in the same location. We loved the area and would definitely go up there again. 


It was hard to pick just one “Wildcard” picture this time because there were so many great shots from our London trip. I ended up choosing this picture of Stonehenge because it was (surprisingly) one of our favorite stops during our vacation. Before seeing it in person, I thought it was kind of cool, but just a pile of rocks. Seeing it in person and learning its history completely blew my mind. Seriously, how did they transport the bluestones from Wales (more than 200 km away) to this location?

OK, who else is on Instagram? Leave your username in the comments, so I can follow you.

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