There was one little cocky squirrel in the yard. He came down the tree and dug around in the yard nonchalantly, getting closer and closer to Lewis. All afternoon this cat and mouse game continued (or, more accurately, this poodle and squirrel game). Lew almost caught the little bugger a couple of times, but that just made the stalk and chase even more exciting.
|See the tiny squirrel in the patch of shade? Lewis does....|
|he had Lewis' complete attention|
|this little guy doesn't know what he's in for....or perhaps he does|
|missed....and waiting for the next chance.|
Ruby and Sasha enjoyed their afternoon in the yard in different ways. Dave and I ate our lunch from the Market of Choice on the umbrella table outside. Ruby tried to make the sandwich fall off the table by the power of her mind.....
|the old floating sandwich game|
Dave read a while, then moved indoors for a quick snooze. Reading often does that to him. Afterwards, he went out front and watered Jesse's vegetable garden. Snuck a chocolate cherry tomato while he was at it. Yummmm...
No pictures of me because I was buying the sandwiches, doing the laundry and taking these pictures!!!
Its so nice to have the camera back.
Beluga wasn't finished until 4:30, so after we loaded up all the laundry and the three dogs and picked up Beluga, we decided not to drive all the way to McKenzie Bridge. We try not to pull into our destinations after 4 or so, we're all happier getting settled before we're hungry and crabby, so we went back to Armitage Park and found an empty spot for the night. Nice to be back! I guess tomorrow will be our last day in Eugene...