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Since we are regular RVing canines, we are quite proficient at many camping skills – including a great ability for campsite relaxation.
We work hard to behave when we are camping, so we take lots of walks. Somehow, those long walks certainly help with our ability to nap out on our picket line in the campsite.
And, yes, our cousins Ruby and Tartok joined us for this weekend’s trip, so there were eight of us on the picket line stretched between our two campsites.
Cheoah was settled on the picket line beside her cousin Ruby and was glad to demonstrate how to relax. Enthusiastically.
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