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What Cruising Kids (and dogs) do...

THought this might be a fun post. I can put a lot of pics up, but took this one this morning. It was quite hysterical, really.

As crusiing kids, you are limited on what toys you can take and how many. Well, at least you are on our boat!! As a fat dog, you are limited to the same. Sometimes the two mesh, sometimes they dont.



In this particular case, Fatty was watching the kids play YuGhi Oh (spelling). She understands it about as much as I do. It was a quiet, peaceful morning on the boat with all parties enjoying each other. THen, not long after this pic was taken, Fatty realized that the kids were undoubtedly bored with the odorless toys and would prefer to pet her and play with her. TO the distress of all, she was incorrect. We were worried our youngest was going to make good on his threats of murder and decided to separate all three of our children. But in the end, Fatty got what she wanted (attention).

Just another day on the boat!!!

Brian

PS Others feel free to post their stories and pics here.

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