The air is crisp. The leaves are turning, and even the grass is starting to change its hue.
The big red maple is slowly starting to turn color.
And mushrooms are springing up from the lawn.
Bow is energized by the fall weather, and he asks to go out frequently.
The swing, which he often ignores in the summer, has suddenly come into full use again.
Leo has only to tease Bow a little bit, and Bow starts thinking about getting up on that swing.
Once on, he not only swings.
He also displays.
Bow can see his reflection in the glass of the doors that lead to the inner pens.
As he vocalizes and blows raspberries to impress Leo, he will occasionally steal a glance at his own reflection, to see how truly impressive he is.
Then when it's all over, Bow will switch to the bench, where he can relax, his excess energy spent.