This was the rock shore we found at the end of our hike. The dogs could swim right out onto the rock. It was cool that day, so we didn't swim and the algae on the rocks might have made it a little dangerous.
Roscoe watching Rich sail away - He wanted to go, Captain Roscoe!Our path along the road on our hike brought us down the remote dirt road. This is a camp road, not much on it but woods and a few camps. We were a little surprised to come across such a fancy camp entrance and fence, with annual flowers and tiki torches and other garden decorations. This is what it led to!!! :O We saw the guy out tending his camp with his huge tractor. No doubt these people live here regularly! OH MY!!! FREAKIN' CUTE - "The Pink Lady". FREAKIN' OUT OF PLACE!!!Castles and pink houses. A few surprises on Sebec Lake.
Colby needed her coat. She was still damp from her swim. Spur - he's good to go!If you thought that was the end of camp photos, think again. I am pretty sure I have a few more I haven't had a chance to load. It was SUCH a nice weekend.
Evelyn Stackpole - my friend and mentor. You will be sadly missed by so many. The dog community will have big shoes to fill in so many ways. Who will do all those trophies and prizes? Who will do the Novice Run-throughs at SOC. Who will chair all those committees and club officer seats and memberships? Who will bake all those goods? Who will host all those tracking events and practices and gatherings? Her property was perfect for such things. Who will listen to us when we have complaints and offer sage advice? She leaves a very empty place in the world that will be very hard to fill.