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Things I Learned This Weekend

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What Typhoon Learned
This weekend was apparently for me to learn some RV things, so let me tell you one thing I learned.
Chewing
This picket line thing is very annoying because it will not let you go wandering.
One other thing
Oh. And one other thing I learned.
Chewed through
If you chew through the rope, you find there is a metal cable inside. Hu-dad muttered something about this is not his first rodeo, whatever that means.

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11 thoughts on “Things I Learned This Weekend

  1. Ayla sez: Oh, Ty! Well, hopefully, you remember these things, and by next time you go on a camp-out, you’ll exhibit PERFECT behaviour. (Joke) I think the hu-parents would probably go into shock if that happened!

  2. Hey there Typhoon,

    Another of your adventures, huh? Something tells us that you don’t usually take your hu-dad’s words of caution. Well, it’s no harm for your to find out about some things for yourself. Do enjoy the rest of your trip.

    Love,
    Piappies Fudgie, Princess, Frappie, Mocha, Sugar, Wai-Max, Wai-Pai & Forgie

  3. OMD – we learned that the first time we went camping too. Monty chewed through his line in 3 seconds flat and took off through the forest. Steel cables from then on!

    Sam

  4. Our camping tie outs, while not as cool as your picket line, are also made out of that plastic covered metal stuff. It’s like humans think Sibes can break rope or something!

    Kat

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