I've been waiting very patiently for My Typist to tell you my holidaycamp story, but it looks like she's too lazy to call the holidaycamp
commandant lady so I think this is all you're ever going to see.
As everyone knows by now, I had a kerfuffle shortly after I got there. What can I say? It was a scary place with too many dogs.
Lucky for me [and my humans], the holidaycamp
commandants humans didn't give up on me. I got to meet their own dogs [I was fine with them], and then the gentle and old dogs [don't ask], before I got to meet everyone else.
It took a few days, but once I realised they were still going to feed me every night and the other dogs weren't going to kill me in my sleep, I felt much better.
I don't know why I was still wearing my jammies in the playground. It was pretty stinky by the time My Typist got it back. The best thing about holidaycamp was being grubby. I didn't have to have a hosedown every day or someone wiping my butt at night.
This is *ahem* Chopper, the dog I had a kerfuffle with. You can see I was quite embarassed and Chopper was being extra careful. Sorry, Chopper!
That's all the pictures I have of my holiday. Sad, huh?
Georgia's holiday pictures courtesy of Dogwoods Country Kennels.
Here are some pictures of my humans' holiday.
This is THEIR holidaycamp.
Is it my imagination or does it look a little better than mine?
My Typist woke up early every morning to go fishing. She caught some, but not this one. This one was already dead or she would've brought it back to cook.
My Cushion did something exciting!
I'm so glad he got home okay!picture from http://fijisharkdive.com/
One night, the toads at my humans' holidaycamp had a party.
One day, my humans decided to take a bus to town. The bus was old, crowded, too fast and didn't have very good suspension or brakes. Although they thought they would die, they had a lot of fun!
The town was very busy and very hot.
This human was waiting outside the market to help someone take their stuff to the car in his wheelbarrow. How cool is that?
Here are some pictures of dogs my humans met while they were on holiday.
This one was guarding a house that was being built. He was tied to a wire that was tied between 2 coconut trees. I think he must have been quite lonely.
The dog saw her too and came to say hello!
So did her friends!
These 2 dogs were sleeping on the road in front of a posh house in a posh area in town. My humans were told they used to belong to a doctor who left the country to go back to where he came from. He left the dogs behind and they're still waiting for him to come home. What a bad human.
My Typist was very excited when she saw these by the roadside in town!
It's where the humans put their rubbish so the dogs can't get to it. Spoilsports.
Lastly, here's a picture of My Typist!
Can you see the big smile on her face?
I'm not sure, but I think my humans may have had more fun than me.