Chet here folks - well the day that I've been worrying about has arrived. Here I am in the back of the "Breadtruck" with 18 lbs. of puppy food and this huge sack with important things like my bed, toys (aka milk jugs and coffee can) and another huge bag of treats. Friends, I'm worried about quantity here--18lbs of food and three milk jugs! Looks like I'm going to be at Camp Siberia for a long time. The Roommate said two weeks while she is in Russia. Never fear though, remember I told you that there was no Internet at this place? Well, see that green notebook? The Roommate gave it to me so I could take notes and be able to fill you in while I'm in prison--after I've chewed up all the milk jugs.
First impressions: The Roommate took me on a "nature" walk where I'm supposed to get to go every day. Lots of good smells.
And this is a shot of Camp Siberia from up on the hill. When we got close to that red fence, whoa! The racket that started up from all the other prisoners! I hope they don't keep going all night what with me having nothing to do but stare at six feet of concrete walls.
Everyone have a nice Labor Day weekend--hope you've been saving money to gas up the car if you're traveling. And I'll see you again around the middle of September. Oh, Lonesome Me!