We went camping on the North Shore twice this year, once in August with just the dogs and once a few weeks later with the dogs and #1 Son. Back in June when he told us that he planned to come home for his four-week break between his surgery and medicine rotations he had requested that we take him on a camping excursion. Apparently six+ years in Manhattan have allowed him to appreciate the great outdoors more than when he lived here.
Naps happen a lot during vacations.
"Don't try this at home, folks. We are professionals."
Hunting activity happens, too.
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One of the shortcomings of traveling with humans is that they seem to like to go places that I cannot, and I have to stay in the car.
However, there are compensations for A Good Dog Who Is Patient.
Srsly, how can a human turn down a dog that does this on a routine basis?
Apparently we were not the only ones on the North Shore enamored of the canine species. Observed in Two Harbors:
Observed at the campground: