Camping Positions, Nothing New

We spent the past week camping in Chincoteage Virginia.  Paul and I along with the two pups piled into my dads F250 pickup with both of my parents and my 2yr old nephew, Rylee.  The journey there was around 6 hrs with plenty of excitement and noise!  The pups naturally took their preferences in traveling spots.  Eve, took the soft dog bed we wedged between the two front seats while Link chose the floor below our feet.  Numerous times when Rylee had his fits, the dogs would back up and stare at him trying to figure out what exactly was making that screaming noise.

Once we arrived at the campsite, the dogs again picked their spots in the camper.  The first night Eve took the dog bed and Link sprawled out across the floor.  However, it only took one night for them to realize Paul and I were on the blow-up mattress above them.  From then on every night after we brushed our teeth we would find Eve already in position on the bed while Link would start on the floor below.  I mentioned before Link always sleeps on the floor until about 5am when he puts his front paws on the bed and licks my face to be lifted onto the bed.  This trip was no different in his nightly schedule.  The pics are cute.

-Kyle

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4 responses

  1. mike

    camping dogs are fun especially lazy ones who dont climb in bed my dog kona is chest heavy so she cant jump on the bed she will sit on my side and grunt until i pick her up and put her on the bed for a joyous 5 minutes then she head right back to the floor we have 3 that sleep in bed with us and they have thier spots and god forbid the one who tries to steal it

    August 6, 2010 at 11:11 pm

  2. The photo of Link kissing Eve. So cute! I can hear he say: I looove my sissy!

    August 7, 2010 at 2:46 am

  3. such cute pictures!!!!
    poor link…. is that a diaper on his head?!

    August 8, 2010 at 1:15 am

    • Haha yes my nephew put that on hon. He’s such a great sport!

      August 8, 2010 at 2:18 pm

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