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As the eldest boy in the family, Frankie Suave understands how hard it is finding brother solo time with pesky little brothers tagging along.
We had a great S-RV adventure, but were really happy to be home, too. And nothing says happy like a celebration chase around the yard.
Nope, we are not on strike, but we took the S-RV out and are having a day of camping picket line time amusing other campers.
We kid our new boy that the Roscoe Tongue is quite the sight to behold and might even be a trip hazard in warmer weather.
Still early to count on the seasonal change to stay, but we had a warm spring walk in the park on a gorgeous sunny afternoon.
Just when you think Typhoon has accomplished the most unusual leash walking, he throws in the upside down backward walking style.
With Typhoon and Roscoe dawdling on our walk yesterday evening. Boom Boom took on the task of shaming slowpokes and tried to speed our walk.
We always have to celebrate a new skill learned even if the appropriate nickname for such an event is only trash collector.
Cheoah’s problem yesterday was that a brother was on her couch. Today, things have grown worse with an obnoxious invader in her space.
A big fluffy couch, warm blankets, and a roaring fire. That might sound perfect for our Miss Cheoah, but she was also dealing with a couch invader.
Our Little Prince is well known for his ability to out-run and out-maneuver foolish rabbits in the yard, but his latest catch was surprising.