They all made it. No more dead things or crisis. At least not that day!
First call was good. They were settled in the KOA, enjoying camp life in the "vintage trailer". The pack & play wouldn't fit between the twin beds, so Tucker got to be a big boy and sleep in one of the twin beds with a railing that they purchased. I don't know where all the dogs slept, they are all couch potatoes.
Next call Erin was a little discouraged because house hunting wasn't producing very many results. I told her it takes time but to hold out until you knew you had seen the right place. Her and Scout are a little stressed but Tucker is rolling with the punches and enjoying camp life.
The call on the 4th was not good. Do you want to hear about the "vintage trailer" or would you rather hear about the "vintage trailer". Sorry, no other choices. Well, they come back to "Home Sweet Home" to find that the rain storm tore their vent hood off and there was all kinds of water on the "vintage floor" AND.... their air conditioning on that wonderful old trailer stopped working. Aren't we in a good mood now. Oh, I forgot.... they came home to a note on their door....dogs are barking, we need to talk... Turns out you can't leave dogs in a kennel and you can't leave them tied up out side. You're suppose to leave the monsters (six) inside your trailer so they can do whatever they want while mom and dad are away.
Erin also found out that you can't rent a place and have pit bulls. In the city of Denver pit bulls are banned. They had found a nice place to rent and could have six dogs on it's 40 acres but....not pit bulls. That call was all about brain storming about getting rid of the pits to I would take Daisy Mae and Diesel would have to go to a new home.
Hope you all had a wonderful 4th. Thank you for loving Erin and reading her blog.
Mom, aka Cindy