My happy butt sniffing camper. He's in there somewhere.
Anyways, Isaac free, Leo took the opportunity to walk in, around and over my plants. Then he parked himself next to the wooden fence and began to dig. Something is burrowing under there to get to my plants and Leo was having none of that, so he added to the size of the tunnel. When I hollered at him to get out of there, he looked up at me with a face completely covered in spider webs.
Oy. This dog is a busy, busy boy. Not only did he dig up part of the soil, he ruined some poor spider's food locker. I'm sorry I didn't have my camera handy.
Today he's at Camp Bow Wow where he is sniffing the behinds of dozens of strangers. Maybe now I can weed through my garden without his assistance and patch up the holes I have temporarily blocked with brick.
My only hope for getting thing's done is if Isaac's owner doesn't see me back there.
We did make it to the Allegan Fiber Festival Saturday where it was raining and crowds were light. I bought spinning fiber (Jacob) of many shades, several different yarns from Blue Moon Fiber Arts, 800 yards of fingering weight pygora/icelandic blend and an enamel shawl pin that's a camel. I forgot the camera. Afterwords, we drove to the Lake Michigan shore and had dinner in Saugatuck. By the time we returned home, all the cruisers were gone. Next year, I think we should make a few days of this and get out of town sooner.