I am way over tired and did almost no homework this weekend which I will pay for all week, but what a lovely weekend. Gardening on Saturday and Sequim on Sunday!
I brought my camera on Sunday and literally took one photo. I am completely annoyed with myself. Sequim is such a pretty place too.
This weekend Julie Flanery was conducting a rally-free workshop in Sequim. It was similar enough to the one I did in September that I only attended the second day this weekend. Even if you have no interest in rally-free, I hope you will consider attending a Julie Flanery workshop if she is ever in your area. I haven't done any other training with her other than rally-free, but I believe she gives workshops on other subjects as well.
She is a very gifted trainer, all positive training with fantastic results, and much of what I have learned from her I have applied to other dog training I do.
Nim and I are working on him circling around my body in the above photo. We have been stuck in the "cage stage" for awhile. This weekend I got some ideas on getting off the cage and apparently Nim already knew this anyway but he was just waiting for me to realize his brilliance.
Everyone gets to sleep while I try and deal with homework. Emile thinks he had a long day Sunday as well because he didn't get fed until 11pm. He is still recovering.
And Nim, well he did have a long day of working and he is pooped. Nothing like a new training area with different dogs to tire the puppies out.
I am trying to prepare myself for a cold and rainy week. I am not going to lie, it is going to be tough. I am also really worried about my tomato plants. I got a chance to see my little gardens today (since I left before light and came home at dark on Sunday). So far no one has been eaten or died, although one pepper was folded over...darn it. I propped him up.