Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Our Big Camping Trip to Yosemite


Hi everypup! It's me Frankie Girl.

Last week we got to take our home on wheels (the RV) to Yosemite National Park
in California. It was our mom and dads first time there, and well ours too!
The picture above is of Half Dome in Yousemite.

It turns out that this place has tons of bears. You must lock up all your
food in the provided storage sheds on each camp site. Nights do get interesting
for a pup when the need to relieve a pups self comes on, knowing the bears are out there just bearing around. Dad was not looking forward
to our nightly wake ups. But all in all we went easy on him because it was cold
outside and we were pretty darn cozy just doing some zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz's.
Maddie the Chocolate Labbie was very alert in our rv all night long, and of course
she tried moving all the pull curtains in the front cab so she could view the outside
night world. That got challenging!

Here are some pics of our adventure.



Domino stealing my moms passenger seat, still a long way to go......














At our campsite, these are all the people right next to us that wanted to really
be out in the nature. Buuuuurrrrr COLD at night in those tents. And we all must be very quiet from 10:00 p.m. on because one of the thing humans seek out Yosemite for is the the spirtuality and serenity of nautre experience there.
Does woo woo'ing count for nature?????!!!!!
















Our home on wheels at our camping site.

















Domino, Maddie and Me taking a little stroll with dad.




















And last, Being the nice Sibe Sister that I am, I allowed Domino to borrow my
parka that I wore when I was a little kid when I went to vist santa for a pic
my first Chrsitmas. I hope he really appreciated my kindness.






We had a fun time in Yosemite....and didn't see that special Yogi Bear guy,
but did hear some bears in the bushes when we went out (very quickly) at night.


Hug and Kisses,


Frankie Girl

10 comments:

Kapp pack said...

SOunds like it was a great trip! I'm sure Domino kept you from getting lost!

Butt wiggles, Meadow

Simba said...

My NSFF Daddy would love your home on wheels.

Simba x

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

WOWZERS!

Woo surely had some fun!!

What a weekend woo had: meeting The BiPed Kapp Pakhkers AND looking fur Yogi and BooBoo!!!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: Tank woo fur sharing!

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Wow! What an exciting trip. I'm glad you didn't get eaten by a bear and I am also very glad the bears didn't eat all your food.

Steve

Thor and Marco Polo and 3 Kats said...

WOO WOO

What a great trip - we would love to go camping in your RV - it looks really really fun except for the bear part! Frankie Girl, you are just so so beautiful, your buddy Thor and of course Marco Polo

Joe Stains said...

It looks like you guys had a great time, and you were very brave to be out there with the BEARS!

The Daily Echo said...

Don't bears carry pic-a-nic baskets? I'm just thinking it might not be a bad thing to meet a bear if they have baskets with yummy food inside.
ECHO

Holly said...

What a beautiful place you visited! Sounds like you all had a great time, and didn't have any rocks falling!

Domi looks soooo adorable in his parka!

Holly

Paz123 said...

It was a nice camping trip with bears….

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