A photo montage of an action packed day:
Our booth at the Haney Farmer's Market(behind the table is Copper being a very good little beagle):
Midmorning I left to drive to Saints to pick up Ozzie and bring her over to Kendall's to go for a swim. I was expecting her to be tired and not be able to swimm too much, but she did great. You can see a short clip of her swimming here.
After swimming, I brought Ozzie back to saints and then headed back over to the market. After having more success eating popcorn, poptarts and mango juice than spreading the good word about SAINTS. I drove back to Saints and picked up Ozzie for another sleepover. I popped into the cat room to say hi to Honey and then thought up the brilliant idea of bringing both Ozzie and Honey home. Carol arrived with some new buys from a garage sale. After setting up a tunnel and a tent for the dogs, I got Honey into the car and then Ozzie. Both were great on the ride home.
Honey completely surprised me. Usually she is quite timid and slow moving over ground, especially if it changes texture (grass to concrete). We got out of the car and she walked up the cement driveway, along a gravel pathway, back onto cement, then onto dirt and then into long grass. She barely slowed down the whole way. Then later on she amazed me more. We had set up a ramp for Ozzie to go up and down outside on and Honey walked down it as if it wasn't a big deal. I still had to guide her, but I was very excited. No one else got why i was excited but i think it was big for her.
They both lay outside on the grass for a while:
Then we ate some pizza and chips (I actually got to eat some):
And finally some resting:
Camping trip in the lower meadow - better take LOTS of bug spray. And add to the to-do list: build fire pit at least one foot deep and three feet wide - then we can get a permit for a campfire. What's a camping trip without a campfire?
Gotta have hotdogs (or veggiedogs) and marshmallows and all that good camping stuff too!
I have a tent that sleeps two or three - or one Saul.