Sunday, September 14, 2014

Together Again

Mama says our vacation is over.  Dad is back home.  BOL! 

We stayed at the KOA in Eureka, MO while Dad worked in Florida for 11 days. We normally do not stay at KOA's because they are pretty pricey.  However, Mama said she didn't want to stay at the campground we normally stay when we visit home because she didn't think she would feel safe there without Dad.  The KOA people gave us three nights free along with other KOA discounts, so the price wasn't terrible.

Mama loves Eureka because she lived there for 10 years and it is near so many other places.  She went shopping several times and ate at all her favorite restaurants.

Scout and I enjoyed the campground.  We met two other greyhounds while we were there.  The campground had a decent fenced area.  They had a place for the "city dogs" and another for the "country dogs".  Any idea which one I am?


I am definitely the city dog.

Scout preferred the tree, so she is the country dog.  BOL!


The campground has really nice cabins and they even have a caboose they rent out.

It was occupied almost every day.
Kids can mine for gold, fossils or whatever they might find in a bag that they purchase from the store.  It was pretty popular.
Our site.

Our view.
The park was very busy and we had neighbors most of the time.  We met a lot of nice people.  We had a very large area to walk. There was a cemetery just over the fence from us and Mama and I would stop and read the stones.  Many of the stones were from the 1800's.  Mama finds it interesting because she does genealogy.

Scout was happy when the temperatures cooled down.
Dad came home at midnight on Friday.  I didn't give him the cold shoulder this time.  Saturday, he took us to a meet and greet.  We got to see our friends from GCMO.

Here we are at the meet and greet. It was exhausting!
We left this morning for our next destination.  Mama says we are going to see alpacas.  What are alpacas?

Joey,
The Greyhound Who Is Happy That His Family Is All Together Again

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