Fascinating look at history and what happens to technology as time progresses.
But that's not the type of boneyard I want to talk about today. The weekend was pretty good. Spring seems to be teasing us with some really nice weather and decent temps. Was able to get out with the dogs for a while over the weekend. The Golden Beginnings group tries to stage events or "meet & greets" every 2-3 weeks, so it is hard not to go a weekend without some activity involving the dogs. This past weekend we arranged for a gathering at a local place in town that we thought would make for a good awareness/fundraising event. Seems that some enterprising person decided to combine people's love for a good beer and love of canines into one place. What better name than The Boneyard? It opened up three years ago with a simple idea - an enclosed area to allow dogs to roam and play freely and a bar to serve the two footed guests. It turned into a gold mine for the owner. Great place to take your dog (or dogs) to allow them some exercise and socialization and you can drink a beer with friends.
Our group decided to have our weekend gathering at The Boneyard to generate interest and see if we could do some fundraising. Any chance to promote the group and further the Golden cause. Pretty decent turnout for the group and we got to mingle with a lot of neat people/dogs. A very nice place. Not as big or open as one of the dog parks, but an excellent place to take your furry friend for a pint. Everybody loves their dogs, but our crew was definitely drawing some attention. Of course, my two furry kids had a blast.
Of course, for some reason I tend to draw a crowd at these things.