Hi, its Cory. I was a good girl today and got my blogging privileges back. As you can see from the photo not only did I let Lark come under the net onto my side of the truck, but I let her use my back for a pillow. I kind of felt sorry for her. She had a rough night last night.
Mom and Dad decided that she couldn’t sleep in their bed anymore. They said she is a bed hog, and they weren’t getting enough sleep, so they shut the door to their room and left her in the living area with me. She cried and scratched at the door, but they would not let her in. Tough love.
Anyway, tonight we are in Sedona, Arizona, and it is beautiful here. I haven’t seen much of the area except the drive here, but what I wanted to write about is this campground. It is awesome! We are staying at Rancho Sedona, and it is right on Oak Creek.
After we got the trailer set up, Mom and Dad walked us down to the creek and I got to go swimming! The water was cold but felt so good. It is a lot hotter here than some of the other places we have stayed so I really enjoyed the swim. Mom says tomorrow she will put her bathing suit on and go in with me. Lark waded in but Dad was afraid to let her go too far. Tomorrow, we will bring longer leashes.
There is a small waterfall and the sound of the water rushing over the rocks is beautiful. Mom says she could sit there all day long, and I agree if I can swim while she sits!
The rest of the park is nice too. Very clean and pretty flowers planted like roses and irises. We have enough room that we can set the porch up which makes our living quarters bigger. There is a dog park and so far, there have not been any other dogs there when we went to do our business. There are a lot of other dogs here which makes Lark kind of crazy, but she is getting better about staying quiet. Good thing, too. There are a lot of rules here to keep people safe and the campground nice. One of those rules is no barking dogs.
There is a trail from the campground that goes through a field. I found an animal, but Mom and Dad didn’t see it and it got away before I could catch it. Dad was yelling at me to get back. He said that as bad as our luck has been, I might find a snake and get bit.
The mountains around us are so beautiful. Mom and Dad can’t help but take pictures everywhere they go. So far, Lark has not complained about the rocks. I think she was too tired after staying up all night trying to get in Mom and Dad’s bed. We are going hiking early in the morning to beat the heat, so I better go to sleep now. I will write about Sedona more tomorrow unless Lark gets her privileges back and wants to write instead.