RV Daily Energy Cycle

Hu-Dad says sharing an RV with six Siberian Huskies requires management of our Energy Cycle. We don’t know what that means, but we sure walk a lot.

Morning in the RV - Ready to greet the outside world.

Morning in the RV – Ready to greet the outside world.

Like we do at home, we wake up with the sunrise and are ready to get outside and have fun. Hu-Dad is an early riser, too, so he loves us tackling the morning with enthusiasm. And off we go walking.

Notice a certain youngster narrating the walk.

Notice a certain youngster narrating the walk.

And do we walk. A long walk in the morning. A mid-day walk. An evening walk. And Hu-Dad watches that youngster in the above picture to see if he is making any dent in his energy level. The goal is this . . .

Wide awake still.

Wide awake still.

You might think Hu-Dad has failed. But he just waits a few more minutes until he sees this.

Crash.

Crash.

And Hu-Dad smiles.

2 Comments

  1. Melon on April 20, 2016 at 2:20 am

    Your Hu-Dad must have great endurance! Whenever I board the dogs at mine I am exhausted by the time I achieve ‘good dog’!

  2. holly on April 17, 2016 at 10:10 am

    The youngsters always seem to have endless energy. Bree is up every morning at 6:30am and finally crashes mid-afternoon for a nap.

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