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It was a dark and stormy night – and we know many of you out there know what we are talking about. The winds are howling, the rains are pouring, and we lost power. Thus, this post is going to be very brief (conserving laptop battery and who knows how long the laptop cellphone card will work).
Plus we are preparing for a little adventure starting tomorrow. Anyone want to guess what this face means (long time readers should know):
Yes, that means we are cranking up the S-RV – Siberian Recreational Vehicle – for a long four day weekend of camping. The storms are supposed to be over here by sunrise and we are headed out to enjoy a nice weekend.
Oh – – of course we will be posting pictures from our camping trip.
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6 a.m. update – The sun is rising on a clear, calm morning and the power is back on at the house. So, time for us to load up the RV. Our hearts go out to Alabama and everyone else in the path of yesterday’s storms.
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Sounds like fun, have a GREAT time!
Glad you got your power back before you left and had nice weather for your trip. We hope you are having a fun time.
So happy to read you and your humans survived the terrible storms and are safe and dry. Our hearts are with those who were hurt and harmed in path of the storms.
I cannot wait to see photos of your trip! It sounds like a lot of fun and I know you pups will have some great adventures to share!
Love the cheesewhiz face 🙂 Hope you have a wonderful adventure!
Those storms were horrible and we, too, send White Dog woos of comfort and strength to those facing the destruction left in the South.
Have a great weekend. And please stay out of bad weather.
Have a wonderful time on your trip! So glad, you are safe.
Your pal, Pip
Mom’s been doing lots of praying for those affected by the horrible storms! Glad you are all safe. Have a great trip!!!
oohH! Have fun camping! We cant wait til it warms up here so we can get out again!
enjoy the four day weekend!
Sounds like a fun trip Harrrr.
Cap’n Maverick the Pirate
Glad to know you are all OK – those storms were so very bad. Have a great adventure!
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
wooo have a great trip. Look forward to hearing all about it.
Have a great time! I know that Cheesewhiz face! Fun is on the way.
I’m glad that your storms weren’t too bad but I’m thinking of those in the paths of them as well. I think that climate change is rearing its ugly head.
I can’t wait to hear where you ended up camping this time! That face can only mean one thing! 🙂 I hope you have a great time!
Happy Camping. Can’t wait for pictures. Sniffs, The HoundDogs
Our storms waited until just before it was time to get up –
Hope all is well in WNC –
AND, HAVE FUN on your adventures!
Definitely a face that knows there’s “something in the air”, and we’re trying to be patient, but wish it would hurry up and happen. As in “God, grant me patience, but be quick about it!”
We NEVER get sick of the Cheesewhiz face! Then again, we NEVER get sick of sibes. Dawg help us…
Have a wonderful time. We’ll stay tuned…