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When we are hanging out in our campsite during S-RV travels, our picket line entertainment sometimes includes things that make Hu-Dad groan.
A picket line is a cable stretched between two points with pickets or drops (which it is also called a drop line) spaced along the cable. Think of it as a giant tie out for multiple dogs. This way, we can enjoy being outdoors in our campsite without running off to chase squirrels.
Yes, Hu-Dad’s camping rules for us includes no chasing of squirrels, or singing on the picket line, or otherwise bothering our camping neighbors. So, if we can’t do those fun things, then we need to create our own entertainment.
Miss Kiska demonstrates one of our favorite tactics – creating art on the ground. Moving some dirt can be quite therapeutic. Of course, some of us might get into our art a little more than others.
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