We have arrived in Florida, and my parents are busy cleaning out the camper and other odds and ends, so I thought I would do a post!
We are in Lake City, FL until Thursday, when we leave for Cedar Key, FL. I did have a major crisis the other day, when my parents left to go run some errands. They usually give me 1/2 of a small Milk Bone when they leave, which I love! However, when they left, instead of eating the treat right away, I kept it in my mouth and ran to the back window to watch them leave. Then I dropped the treat behind the couch! Oh, it was horrible. When my parents came home an hour or so later (hey, I can’t tell time), they knew something was wrong when I didn’t greet them at the door. This is what they saw:
My mom looked under the couch to see what I was staring at, but didn’t see anything. But I kept whining, so she got a flashlight and looked under the couch again. I helped point out where my treat was.
My dad remembered that the couch folds forward (it folds into an air mattress I guess), so they were able to reach my treat, and all was well with the world again!
For awhile, that is. Then I kept hearing voices, familiar voices, but I couldn’t figure out where they were coming from. I would run around the camper, barking, and then I would hear laughter from those familiar voices. I asked my mom if this is why people go get a CAT scan? She tried to explain that those voices were from the Face Time and Skype that they were doing with our families for the holidays! I’m a dog, I don’t understand all this new technology stuff, but I know they both appreciated being able to see and talk with their family (even if Skype turned my mom’s family into purple and green blobs!!).
Other than that, I am really starting to enjoy this camper life. We have been on the move a few times in the past week. I know that when I get out of the crate in the truck, I am always at home. Same bed, same location for my treats and dog food, just a different view. I am really settling in nicely, and am enjoying the sunshine along with warmer weather! I hope all is well for everyone out there!
I think my parents will start posting again when they get to Cedar Key. If not, I will keep you updated!
Quote for the day: “If you think dogs can’t count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then give him only two of them” – Phil Patoret