Not sure WHY the people didn't want to bring the Chuck (TM) in the beginning.
I really AM an excellent rider. I'm good enough... and smart enough...
And gosh darn it, I'm FUN too!!!
The Lady says "Sir Chucklehead acts like he never walked on a leash before."
The Lady says I have no manners. Hmph...
I respectfully beg to disagree.
The littlest kid LIKES getting pulled. She told me so.
Yanking her down the mountain path is POLITE if it makes her happy.
I only aim to please.
Dum de dum de dum...
Charlie likes to pull and hum.
The boy kid likes to wander ahead, so I kept him company.
See? I provided an invaluable service that they never would have been able to afford if they had left me at home. I even threw in the service of running him back to them on occasion to keep him properly exercised and healthy.
YOU'RE WELCOME, LADY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dum dum di di dum di di DUM di di dum...
DUM DUM DI DI DUM DI DI DUM DI DI DUM...
Dum di di dum di dum dum dum... DA DUUUUMMMMMMMM..."
Just in case it wasn't clear what I was going for...
Get it? Chuck's in the MOUNTAINS?? He's climbing HIGH now? Hee hee hee... Chuck slays himself!
The Mister SAID we were going on SPRING Break.
The snow makes it look kind of like winter. Just sayin'....
It's a WATERFALL!!!!
Chuck's an excellent swimmer... an excellent, excellent swimmer.
WHAT? I didn't go in, just making a factual statement.
I did read the sign before hiking the trail, you know.
Notice the US Forest Service says nothing about dogs jumping off the waterfall.
Acknowledgement of the superior skills of canines or gross negligence in the failure to adequately warn dogs of the imminent danger? Discuss.
I came. I saw. I conquered Spring Break.
Take THAT, family!
(Editor's Note: He WANTED to say that he came, he saw, he kicked some @$$...
but I'm too much of a lady to go allow that)
It was an intensely excellent adventure.
I'm already making plans for next year.