|Eddie makes himself at home|
We also put a crate outside so he would have a comfy, safe place to chill when we were sitting around the fire. Eddie would be tethered, on leash, or crated during our holidays. No taking chances on a lost dog in unfamiliar surroundings!
|This is the life!|
Then it was time to relax. As soon as we sat down around the fire, the wildlife appeared.
Fortunately, Eddie has no interest in squirrels. Very fortunately, because at one point he was lying next to some gray and white rocks and a squirrel ran right over and hopped on his back, thinking he was just another rock! Eddie didn't even seem to notice, but the expression on the squirrel's face when his feet met fur was priceless - as was the speed with which he raced away!
|Do I look like a rock to you?|
There was just enough time for beer and peanuts before dinner. The Stellar jays and squirrels thought so too.
|Beer and peanuts!|
|Hey Mr Squirrel, can I have that?|
|Go get yer own darn peanut!|
After dinner, a walk down to the creek
And a few more photos,
|Get yer own peanut, squirrel said. How do I do that?|
|I'll show you!|
|They're in here.|
And soon it was time for bed.
And for the next couple of days, that was all we did. Eat, sleep, walk, photograph.
Until Saturday. When our very very very very very special guests arrived from Lillooet. But that's a topic for the next post.