We needed time away, and, after much searching we found someplace to camp that allowed dogs. Plus the area is scenic, a location we'd neither of us been to before and the weather was supposed to beautiful.
We thought it might help with the car sickness if Dori had a little walk in her park before we actually hit the road. She was calm and slept all the way, in her kennel behind my seat.
Maggie was right at home and anxious to go adventuring as soon as we got in the truck.
Here's a few shots from around the campground.
There were very calm dogs in the next cabin. They were very helpful to get Dori out of her place of fear.
OK, not permanently, but every step is a step closer.
The cabin was cute. Here's a bit of it.
This 'deluxe' cabin is about the size of my daughter's studio apartment. Well, maybe her apartment is a little bigger. But not much. Cozy and rustic most definitely.It's amazing how easy it is to get a picture of the whole pack if the camera has a self-timer. We just sat it on the picnic table and here you go!
Today we walked around the actual locks, that have become obsolete due to the dam down the river. The weather was beautiful, the area was very scenic and the dogs loved it.
The bridge over what used to be the locks and the museum. Beautiful mountains make for a beautiful day.