We continue our time at the BAR . . . One thing we noticed is that the spouses who came seemed pretty comfortable with everyone too. We think even those who didn't read the blogs were getting in on the fun!
There was no shortage of conversation and the shelter was always full of voices. We were sort of remote in that it was away from the parking lot. On the second day the Brown County folks unlocked a gate so we could drive in closer to the shelter.
It was nice that we didn't have to worry about being noisy, especially whenever someone got near us on the trail. We had a lot of watch dogs to sound the alert!
Arty took advantage of the opportunity to campaign and his mom got lots of photos to use.
Madi never told us how wonderful her mom is!
You probably heard that we had 2 ceremonies. The first one was to honor those who have left us for the Bridge. These pups and kitties were a part of Blogville and no one cries alone in Blogville! YaYa did a wonderful job on the ceremonies and they are available on the BAR blog if you haven't seen them already.
We will continue tomorrow.
Murphy & Stanley