But I think it was worth it for a little bit of this:
Of course Kipp is wondering what is taking us soooo long to take the pups down to the lake. He is just staring at the lake..... c'mon Mom and Dad!!!! Take me down there!!!
Roxy is thinking the same thing, but instead of staring at the lake, she stares at us. Giving us those sweet, sweet puppy eyes. Who can resist those? Not me!
Roxy and Kipp: WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We made it!!! We love it here. Never ever want to leave. Play. Play. Play. Play. Splash. Splash. Jump. Bark. Swim. Wrestle.
Shake shake shake!!
Kipp: Must. get. water. out. of. ears.
Rockstar, doing her duty of keeping an eye on us at all times, decided to go see what Dad was up to. Fishing- she can handle a little fishing.
And then both of them wanted to help, but I had to keep them just far enough away so they wouldn't get in the way of him casting....can you say OUCH?!
And back at our campsite.....Kipp wants to play!!! Suprise!
Roxy would rather chew on a stick that was supposed to be used for kindling. But she was so happy to have it, we let her chew the whole thing to peices. Notice the rawhide that was no longer enticing RIGHT next to her. Obviously, sticks are way better than something you actually have to pay for to chew on.
We are hungry too!!! Time to get to cooking!
Now it's time to go and I don't wanna!!!! We had a good little session for about 30 minutes of non tie-out frisbee time! What are they gonna do? Kick us out?! Ha, try it suckers.
No one came and bothered us the entire time and it was great. The kids got to show off some discin skills to the people at the site next to us and they loved them. Especially the little ~1 1/2 year old. She LOVED Roxy.