Quick RV Weekend Trip

After a week of cold and even wintry weather, we decided to take a quick RV Weekend Trip over the mountain to Big Ridge State Park.

A full Herd - with cousins -  on the picket line.

A full Herd – with cousins – on the picket line.

Yes, notice that the humans are gathering in front of OUR S-RV (Siberian Recreational Vehicle) for a dinner of grilled chicken. Would you like to know our opinion of their decision to eat in front of us?

You will pay.

You will pay.

Hu-Dad did say that we should issue a full disclosure. Something about we were fed first before they sat down to eat, but we all know that does not work with canine logic. You eat in front of us, you share. No matter how full our bellies are. Right, Qannik?

Full belly. Zzzzzzzzz.

Full belly. Zzzzzzzzz.

 

3 Comments

  1. Lori on May 7, 2016 at 8:32 am

    There’s always that extre belly compartment that will take in any extra treats!

  2. Ann Foose on May 7, 2016 at 8:12 am

    The corgis agree, anytime the people eat, they get some, too!

  3. Mom, Ice 'n Ebby on May 7, 2016 at 4:06 am

    Ice ‘n Ebby say: Doesn’t matter if you eat BEFORE we do, or AFTER we do, you’re expected to SHARE.

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