Jack and Arya recently returned from the summer session at Camp Tracy. The following notes were received from the camp director.
~Arya started to get excited when we pulled on my street! She got the first cute little nose prints on my newly cleaned car windows.
~Said was very glad to see them both! There was a lot of hub-bubbing, head butting, and joyful sniffing of the hinter nether regions.
~Jack is on cat patrol as usual. Arya is on planet patrol, or maybe the whole universe even.
~In the a.m., Arya chews on a bone for a while, then licks my face thoroughly, and hops on the couch to sleep at my feet.
~Jack sometimes sleeps right next to me. I hang my hand off the couch and he sort of controls the petting. Butting me with his head, or rubbing under his chin or beside his ears. The boy knows what he wants!
~The dogs seem to play musical dog beds. Sometimes I wake up and Said is in his bed, sometimes Arya and a lot of the time, Jack is.
~Say, Arya is much better about not jumping on me! I actually left my house one day wearing white pants. Not a single paw print.
~I’m driving a friends car. It’s a Prius and very odd for me to drive. The first night I brought it home I was so flustered at turning it off and getting it parked that I left the gate open and let all the dogs out.
Jack went no where. Arya was playing in the dead end circle with Said and came as soon as I called. Hooray!
~Your dogs both have really short tails. Have you noticed that?
~We enjoyed having them. Said is still grumbling about where his pals went and why I won’t wrestle with him the way they do.
Sounds like Jack & Aryra had a great time. It doesn’t sound like ‘two is company and three is a crowd’ because they seemed to have a ball! Thank goodness nobody took off for parts unknown when they found the gate open. I guess the camp director has hung up her sweatshirt and taken off her whistle till camp starts again.
What a wonderful report from the Executive Director of Camp Tracy! It’s re-assuring to know what the kids do on their summer vacation. That open gate story — ooooooh! Thank goodness for doggies who know where the home fires burn and stay close. And the photo – Jackie looks plumb pooped. The sign of a good camp experience. Yeah, Tracy!
They came home good and tired