Back To Sibe Quentin

A weekend of fun and relaxation in the RV is always great, but there is something special to being back to Sibe Quentin and home.

Strutting around Sibe Quentin.

Strutting around Sibe Quentin.

The trip back from Big Ridge State Park over the mountains was fairly uneventful, but we were still ready to cut loose and have some fun. Even after only a couple of days, we have to reestablish our perimeter to secure our home. And, of course, the Chief of Security is in charge of these operations.

Ok, everyone, you know what to do.

Ok, everyone, you know what to do.

Quick enough, we had secured our perimeter in the way that we canines do and our yard was back under Siberian control. With that, we could relax.

There is no place like home.

There is no place like home.

2 Comments

  1. Mom, Ice'n Ebby on April 18, 2016 at 2:06 pm

    Mom sez: I’ll just bet that all the “aliens” know when the Herd is away on a camping trip, and invade Sibe Quentin, using it for a “short cut”, or checking out anything the Herd may have left behind. Good for the “Security Patrol”, to get right on top of it!

  2. Jessica on April 18, 2016 at 11:10 am

    My pup looks just like Typhoon! What a cutie, thanks for the post!

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