Congrats on your 2 latest litters of puppies. There is nothing sweeter than a saint puppy.
We left home late October and headed south. Kendall is so use to this now and looks forward to her journey south each year. No matter where we end up, she is always eager to explore. Right now we are on the Gulf of Mexico in Grand Isle, Louisiana.
This year she really got into the spirit of Mardi Gras. The locals say she makes a great Cajun. We all knew she was a princess, but now she has the wardrobe to prove it. But even she conks out after her princess duties are over. She even had flashing lights on her jester’s hat. She really liked the sun glasses and tiara. When I took them off of her, she would just stare at them on the dash of the motor home.
And as usual she was up to her old tricks. We had a mechanical issue and had a mechanic come to the campground. To access the engine, you have to open a compartment between the passenger and driver’s seats. The mechanic met Kendall at the door and he had no issue with large dogs so he came in. He laid on the floor parallel to the seats to see what
the problem was with the engine. Kendall decided this looked very interesting. So, he is laying flat on his stomach looking down the opening, and she wanted to see what was going on. So she walked up behind him and then walked up his back and peered over his shoulder to see what he was looking at. This poor guy was quite slender and had this huge dog standing on his back. We all burst out laughing. Too bad the camera was not handy. Kendall has never met a person who she didn’t like. And she has a way of making herself noticed. It’s all about Kendall. Hence the Princess title. She is the most comical dog we have ever shared our life with. She brings such joy to our home.
We will return home late April. Hoping all the snow and cold temps will be gone. 🙂
Hope all is well with you and the family and all the saints.
Terry, Sue and Kendall (or as Shel likes to call her Special K)