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We continue to share pictures from our RV camping adventure this past weekend. Today, we are focused on some of the antics of The Herd as they crossed a trippy-trapp bridge.
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The Queen and Decorum
Even after a long hike, a Queen must always avoid a fashion faux pas like, say, an out of place tongue. No, the Queen and Decorum are intact.
There are certain places on our walk where we get into wrestling mode almost every day. These places are often at stoplights so the people in the stopped cars can enjoy our entertainment. Mom is pretty sure people in the cars must think, “why doesn’t that lady stop those dogs from fighting?” Instead Mom usually just stands and laughs at us until we get it out of our system!
The White Dog Army spends a little more time looking through the railings.
Aren’t you afraid they may decide to try a dive off the bridge? With you attached?
Typhoon says “I gots a BROTHER!”
Oh cool! I may be 13, but I’d love to cross that Trippy Trap Bridge with the younger crew! Ha roooo!
I love seeing the front view of the Herd. To see everyone’s cute face.
Those photos must be taken at different times, because I noticed hu-dad is the one taking both the older and younger groups.
The look on Typhoon’s face when Frankie body slams him! I love reading about all your antics, but most of all I enjoy seeing your beautiful pictures!
It’s all fun and games until somebody gets bumped off the bridge! lol
Love this post! Thank you for sharing your adventures with us. Checking up on the Herd has become a highlight of my day! 🙂