Snowy Range Pass

Snowy Range Pass

Monday, November 22, 2010

Dog's day out

Yesterday morning was devoted to shopping for the upcoming holiday and other items of opportunity. These occasions call for our guest dog, Halley, to spend some extra time in her kennel. So after lunch, we decided it was time to let her see what we are often doing when we head out of the motorhome. We took her along for a little tourist outing close by.

She seemed to be interested in the Tabby construction on the sugar works that was built in 1825 and used to refine the sugar cane that was the primary product of the McIntosh plantation.

She really got a close up look at the oyster shells that were used in the tabby concrete.

On the way back into the naval base, we stopped at the submarine model at the base gate to give Halley a little nautical experience. I think she was ready to enlist.

All in all, I think she enjoyed her day out.


Paul and Marti Dahl said...

Love the campground at Kings Bay. One of the nicest military CGs I've stayed at.

Enjoy that nice weather, I'm jealous!

Judy and Emma said...

I bet those oyster shells provided a great olefactory treat for Haley! :)

Rick and Paulette said...

Great to see Halley out and about and having a good time. I think dogs like touristy places as much as us humans!!

Sue and Doug said...

the 'dog days of November'..perfect in Halley's world!

Katie said...

Halley may be the happiest dog in the world :)