Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Siberian Mars Mission



Hi Everybuddy -

I'm sure everybuddy has heard all about the exciting mission to Mars that NASA has launched. The Phoenix is now on Mars and is sending back interesting pictures which will tell us all about this mysterious planet. You can read all about it here. When I heard what the Phoenix is doing right now it got me thinking. Apparently our scientists want to know what's buried deep within Mars. This requires something that we Siberians are very good at......digging! I think we could have saved NASA a whole pile of money if they sent us up there to do the job instead. All we'd really require was some Canidae and some yummy snacks - to keep our energy up of course. I hear it's pretty cold up there which beats the hot humid weather we have here at home right now. I'm thinking it might even snow up there! I'm sure Mom would lend me her camera so that we could take lots of pictures for the scientists. And I'd kind of like to talk to these fellas:






Obviously it's too late for this mission but we need to pitch our proposal for the next one. Anyone who's interested should let me know. We'll need to borrow somebuddy's GPS device so that we don't take any wrong turns. I heard my blogger friends Steve & Kat have flown already so maybe they will consider being our flight corrdinators. Woo - I have alot of planning to do!


"The sky's NOT the limit for a Sibe!"

19 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Ha roo!

I'm ready to blast off with woo!!

I fuel up on Khanidae too sooooo let's get lifting!!!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Ferndoggle said...

Sky? Did you say Sky? He's my Sibe BF...I'm coming on your trip. I'll bring the cookies.

Lola

Turbo the Sibe said...

Woo! You have such good ideas. When I'm President, I will name woo to the position of head of outerspace!

Saint Lover said...

hahahaha! I love it!

The Army of Four said...

Oh, yeah, Echo. I think I might be pretty well-suited to join your mission to Mars. Mom's always calling me a "little space cadet", so count me in!
Play bows,
Zim

Crikit, Sparky & Ginger said...

we wanna lift off too! we're great diggers too and we got plenty of Canidae fur everyone

Love Licks woohoo

Penny & Poppy said...

Count Penny in! She's a great digger! I wonder if those little green guys taste like stuffies!

Aire-hugs,
Poppy, Penny & Patches

Kathryn and Ari said...

Great post! Here at our house, we find it particularly amusing that the BEAGLE went missing when it landed on Mars. We think it's probably out there barking at martians or sniffing some crater.

One of the pack said...

Sky? Lola says after seeing the A04 skies, she's out. We love the idea though. Rosemary wants to be in mission control.

Do those Martians taste like M&M's?

Journey, King of Tug

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

We would be happy to help! Digging and Canidae sounds like the perfect combination!

Kat

-The Mullin Clan's Mommy- said...

Hi-Woo Echo,

Can I send Juneau wif you so I can have a little peace around the house?!?! I'll even pitch in the Canidae & the snap cookies if you would take him wif ya!

-Cosmos-

Gus and Louie said...

We will go that sounds like quite an adventure...

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus and Louie

Amici said...

Those little aliens do look cute. I am not sure how I'd feel about flying though. It might be too noisy for me.

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Wow! The trip of a lifetime!

Lacy said...

w00f's Echo and all...can me come too, me not a sibe, but me can chase da squeerls fur ya...

b safe,
~rocky~

The Husky in the Window said...

Ohhh wait, we have one of those GPS things you can use. I'll bring the cookies too!

Husky Hugs, MayaMarie

D'Azul Siberian said...

Count Gloria in if it involves digging. She can dig right to the middle of Mars in no time.

D'Azul, where Siberians rule

cyber-sibes said...

Wooos & a-rooos! count us in on this one, Echo! We're both expert diggers-
"Have paws, will travel"

Woos & a-rooos
Star, Jack a-roo, & SpacePengie too

MONA AND THE MOMMY! said...

Hi Echo,

Thanks for stopping by. Your are right, in the right home a blind dog does just fine. I don't know if you read & saw the picture on our blog about our blind little boy Bennington that was adopted several weeks ago & he is doing great. That's what rescue is all about!!

Love ya...Mona