We just returned from eight glorious days in Dewey Beach, Delaware. We went on vacation with our friends, Tyler and Amy, and their houndies. Our main objective was Greyhounds Reach the Beach, a greyhound get-together October 3-6, and we stayed for a few extra days of rest and relaxation.
Casper: Uhm, mom?
Mom: Yes, Casper?
Casper: Can I tell everyone about my friends?
Mom: Well, okay. Everyone, here is Casper to tell you who was with us on vacation.
The Lohmeyer Pack – Nikki, Casper & Freedom
Casper: Hello everyone. Casper here to tell you about my friends who I took a vacation with. You’ll notice that there are a lot of parallels between the Lohmeyer pack and the Cross pack.
Miura – Head of the Cross pack
Casper: This is Miura. Miura, like Freedom, is the head dog in the Cross pack. I think Miura is a lot and I mean A LOT nicer than Freedom, but she gets lumped into the category “dark brindle girl” which is usually our parents’ code for “headstrong,” “bossy” and “dominant.” One thing I don’t like about Miura…she puts down “marking” pees. This makes it hard for me because I already have to mark over all the girls’ pee and then Miura marks and then I have to go back and mark over Miura’s pee all over again. Stop it, Miura! I’ve got it covered.
Zonda – The “Casper” of the Cross pack
Casper: This is Zonda. Zonda is a merry prankster, like ME! She acts sweet, but she can give Miura headaches just like I give Freedom headaches. It’s our job.
Eva – My future girlfriend
Casper: This is Eva. Eva is just like Nikki…sweet, blah, blah, blah, perfect, blah, blah, blah, never-does-anything-wrong blah, blah, blah. Shhhh…I have a secret. I love Eva. I want her to be my girlfriend. I think we’d be a perfect pair.
Mom: Thank you, Casper. I think you introduced everyone nicely. I’m suspending my regular blogging schedule for the next week in order to tell you about our GREYT vacation.
Special Note: With the exception of the “Daily Inspiration” picture, all pictures in this post were taken by Balance Photography.
A vacation is what you take when you can no longer take what you’ve been taking.