Hi, hi, everybuddy! I’m back! Gosh, I sure did miss you. Most luckily, things are starting to get more back to normal arounds here and mom said we could start blogging and visiting my furends again. YAY!
And just in time, too, cuz I’ve gotta tell you abouts what I did this weekend.
So a few weeks ago, my mom and dad came home with THIS thing.
It’s called a Shall-Ay (but it’s spelled “Chalet” – isn’t that ker-azy?). Anyways, they told us that it’s a house on wheels and it would take us on Big, Exciting Adventures.
Now, between you and me…Big, Exciting Adventures kinda skeer me a little bits so I really wasn’t sure about this at ALL. But they PROMISED it would be fun and so last Friday night, they packed up me and Brudder Ranger and the Shall-Ay and we headed out to a place called Lake Pueblo State Park.
The first night, I sure didn’t think it was much fun. I missed my bed and my condo and Cap’n Ripley and Sisfur Abby. The Shall-Ay made funny noises and it kinda shook whenever you’d walk around in it.
Plus, we were in a place called a “campground” with a lot of other BIG houses on wheels and there was lots going on and there wasn’t any GRASS at ALL! Okay, there was a lake to look at but since water makes brindle furs melt right off, I wasn’t impressed.
But the next day, mom and dad made me a little spot under one of the only trees in the whole, entire place where I could check everything out and I decided that maybe it wasn’t SO bad.
Well, while I was looking around, I noticed something.
Do you know what that is? Mom says it’s called a PRAIRIE DOG and it lives under the ground! Well, I’d never heard of such a thing and I was super excited to meet these little dogs. I tried to look as furendly as pawsible but, well, they were actually kinda rude. They kept just sticking their heads outta their holes and screaming, “DANGER! DANGER!” over and over again.
Silly little dogs. Don’t they know I just wanted to say hi?
I made it my mission to try to meet one up close and pawsonal so I kept a lookout for the chance to introduce myself. I asked Brudder Ranger to help but, well, he kinda fell asleep on the job.
Now, as if things weren’t exciting enough, mom and dad took us for a hike! And gosh, was that ever fun! The best part was when Brudder Ranger and me had a lizard round-up. Yeehaw!
When we got back, we were super hungry so dad grilled us up some DEE-lish HAMBURGERS and then we watched a Most Magnificent sunset.
Well, after our super wonderful day, mom made out the bed in the Shall-Ay and we all curled up together and I had the most sweetest dreams of lizards and prairie dogs and our next Big, Exciting Adventure.