Nights are good, he knows where we all are, and he can relax, lightning is very bad.
Swimming is stressful, tends to feel he has to herd us, so frantically has to go in to swim and then circle us, if not climb us with his sharp paws, but it is a good way to get ashore when he thinks it's time for a walk
Sailing, well, that's not so great, the earth should really be firm beneath his feet, but here he is: Chuck on the boat.
Napping in the cockpit...
His hole on the boat
Climbing up into the cockpit
Looks like he's laughing, but I'm not sure he's actually all that happy.....
Wearing the ever stylish lifey
Struggling on the stairs, normally not a problem, but sometimes......
land ho! So many trees, so little time
Which looks better, my right
or my left side?
We're swimming, and he's tense....normally we let him come with us, but not this night...he'd been a bad dog and chased otters, running away from me, even trying to swim away from me, I row faster though, so he's on the leash of shame.
Not too bad a life even if you are on leash....all 60 feet of it
Get the bag to do your smiling, no?