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River weekend

This past weekend Taylor and I loaded Gus up Friday afternoon and headed up to Allison, AR. for a fun and relaxing weekend at the river. Our Sunday school class splits up in small groups and our group decided to get away for the weekend. The weather was amazing and we had a blast. There were 5 couples and all but one brought their pups. It was pretty interesting having a wiemie, lab, pug and bull dog all in the cabin together. They all got along really well which surprised us all. On Saturday while some of they guys went fishing the rest of us headed into Mountain View to check out the Bean Festival. W.O.W. was that interesting. :) It was such a fun weekend and I am so glad we got away with new friends.
- Sarah
I took Gus out Saturday morning in this field to run and play. I took these pictures below with my phone.
Yummy CORNDOGS at the Bean Festival!!!!!!
Yes that man is riding on a toilet.

This is Rascal

And here is Priscilla (Gus REALLY likes her)

And I didn't get a picture of Ruby but she was the adorable pug that was there.

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