What a crazy wild ride it’s been. Traveling the country… Seeing the sights… Meeting new people… Making new canine friends… Spending every day with mama and papa… Exploring new trails… Seeing new animals…
And just when I think I’ve got things figured out, things get even MORE wild.
We showed up at this place in Wyoming, and before I knew it, my whole world turned upside down.
We were in a strange place. There were strange people lurking about. Then mama took me into this new camper…
It was so amazing! There were so many windows! So much light! She showed me around and then before I knew what was happening, she was bringing my stuff into the fancy camper!
I was a little worried. I paced. I huffed and puffed. I cried a little too. Mama made me a treat kong full of peanut butter to keep me distracted. It worked a little. But not much.
Then at dinner, I ate in the new camper. Then it was bedtime, and I slept in the new camper too! I could see our old camper outside through the window. It was a good home. We had lots of fun in it. And I will always remember swapping sleep spots with Leda.
But now we are in this new fancy camper. And my favorite part is that I can sit on the couch and there is a window just for me. I can look outside at all the nature.
It is fancy. And mama and papa have been busy getting us situated. I have tried to be a good girl. But sometimes it’s hard. Especially when your world is turned upside down.
Apparently I have been acting a little wild. At least that’s what mama says. And she is right.
I was doing so good off-leash too. I was exploring with my friends every day. It was nice out and I could lay in the sun.
Now I can hardly be trusted on-leash. I am running around, being rambunctious.
I was walking with mama down the side of the road yesterday and I leaped at this car driving by for no reason. Mama was not happy. She said she nearly had a heart attack! I’m not sure why I did it. I’ve never done that before.
Then after I was standing on a snow pile, I leaped off super fast and nearly knocked mama over! I’m not sure why I did that either.
Mama was a little frustrated with me. I know it’s just because she cares for me. But she said that I’m probably feeling a little overwhelmed from this wild ride.
And I think she’s right.
So for now we will try to be a little less wild. We are hanging out here in Glacier National Park, and it is beautiful. Lots of love, walks every day, tummy full of treats… sounds like the perfect solution for this Josie Bear.
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