So yesterday was a fairly quiet, unproductive day . . . that is unless you count polishing off the Thanksgiving leftovers, watching back-to-back Christmas movies, and working on the guild's newsletter as productivity! The newsletter *might* count ... I suppose ... except I took what should have been a three to four hour job and spread it over the course of the entire day. I did make turkey soup -- we'll eat it today -- but that's really just a matter of putting it on the burner and letting heat and water work its magic!
James, Sawyer and Bear came out for a bit to give Kim a break ... and Sawyer and Bear some running/jumping/hollering time! The three of us humans took off on the golf cart, with Bear following close behind us.
It was funny watching Bear zigzag behind the cart ... almost like he was herding us, making sure we didn't ride off the designated path! Most every picture is fuzzy because it's from my phone and we were constantly moving!
There were lots of interesting smells to catch his interest, too . . .
Sawyer, very aware that his picture is being taken:
We went up to the big field and let Sawyer and Bear run. Sawyer ran and ran and ran. Bear ran and ran and ran after him. Both were panting when we finally corralled them! Bear was happy for a drink!
Today will be another quiet one. The weather has turned drastically cold in the last day and it looks as if winter is finally making its tentative way to the Camp.
We still have winterizing to do (so we can take showers in the morning sans frozen pipes)! Plus, the big Iron Bowl is on this afternoon. Plus my sewing bunk room might finally get some of the attention it deserves. Perhaps today will be a *bit* more productive than yesterday.
Or perhaps not.