New Seating Chart For Outings

The skies cleared, the temperatures dropped, and we took off for a park walk. We did have to get used to a new seating chart in the Jeep.

The Herd hits the trails.

The Herd hits the trails.

After the heavy events of last week and the last couple of days of rain, wind, and fog from the edge of Hurricane Matthew, we rejoiced when Sunday dawned bright, sunny and cool. Our wake-up temperatures hovered around freezing, approaching perfect Siberian Husky weather. When loading up in the Jeep, Hu-Dad changed a couple of seating assignments. During lunch, one member of The Herd expressed her displeasure at her new seating assignment.

Who I talk to about an upgrade?

Who do I talk to about an upgrade?

Of course, the seniority of Kiska and Qannik assured them that they kept their prime seats. Doesn’t look like anything is stressing them out post walk.

Perfect seats.

Perfect seats.

3 Comments

  1. Susan McManus on October 10, 2016 at 7:44 am

    The way Kiska and Qannik are walking, it’s as if they are still walking with our beloved queen.

    • Juno's mom on October 10, 2016 at 11:39 am

      That was my first thought also. It’s reminiscent of the missing man formation in flight that honors a lost member.

  2. Lori on October 10, 2016 at 7:38 am

    Oh how adorable you two are Kiska and Qannik!!!! ❤️

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