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Five out of six Siberian Huskies agree that of all of the RV and camping experiences, the joys of campsite naps are the best.
Long walks. Lots of water. Shade trees. Peace and quiet of the campground. Perfect for naptime.
Hu-Dad props up in a rocking chair and shares the quiet time with us, not that we notice.
Of course, you will note that we did start this post by saying five out of six. Let’s just say the sixth, a certain newbie to the RVing experience, might question the wisdom of napping the day away when trails are to be explored.
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We Had A Little Snow
Our winter may have been mild so far, but, like much of the east coast, we had a little snow this week. And so we had a little fun.
I’m surprised Landon’s energy doesn’t feel Typhoons energy…which in turn would feed Landon….leading to a constant perpetual energy machine until both pups just up and collapsed for 16 hours straight….lol.
Mom ‘n Ebby say: We’re betting it won’t take him more than a trip or two to get into “the swing of it”, and will have the routine down in no time.
It’s all those walks you took him on the first few days of his arrival. Every Husky owner knows a good Husky, is a tired Husky. Looks like your napping will be brief Hu dad….
That’s one happy boy!
We do enjoy hitting the trails too!
I thought for sure it was Typhoon!
Oh to be so full of energy Landon ❤️️