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An experience that any human should have at least once:
You wake up. It is 6 a.m. You know perfectly well that if you move, change your breathing pattern, or open an eye, six Siberian Huskies will immediately start clamoring for attention. You try to remain still and continue to pretend to be asleep. This is particularly important because you can hear the rain coming down steadily outside. On top of the RV, which means you are out camping and NOT at the house where you can merely kick said six Siberian Huskies outside to “do their business.” Nope, RV means that you will actually have to connect leashes and go outside with them. In the rain. While they hunt for that perfect spot. Oh, did we mention that you not only forgot the laptop wireless card, but that you also realize that you forgot to pack any rain gear. And you hear the first whine. From the human.
Yes, that was Sunday morning. Sadly, there are no pictures of that walk because we decided that the camera should not be flooded. We do, however, have pictures of the Herd after coming back in from the rain. We should be clear. We did our normal walk, not just a simple out and back. A couple of miles in the driving rain. If this was a scratch and sniff blog, you would currently be getting the aroma of wet Siberian Husky.
Cheoah (Since Cheoah means Otter in Cherokee, she loves being wet)
Rusty (Who refused to pose for a picture and is a little busy at the moment)
Natasha (Apparently, the rain does not defer to royalty)
Kiska (Gotta love that wooly coat when it is wet)
Qannik (Fluffy dry, Fluffy wet – no real difference)
Kodiak (Do we look happy, or what)
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