Loiosh does like to stand on things & strike a pose. But I gotta be quick with the camera.
He was in a wiggly mood when we got there & it took him a while to settle down.
… I’m pretty sure there was a bug.
Eventually he did find a spot, & he stayed there the ENTIRE time I was working on Suspend. I kept looking over — he was maybe fifty feet away, so I wouldn’t necessarily have heard him if he’d moved — but nope, there he was.
After a while I got curious, went over & get a picture. He’d picked a really nice spot.
Seriously, look at all the nice soft pine needles & leaves he found to sleep on.
Eventually it was time for walkies! Loiosh came along with only slight reluctance, & posed very nicely when I found a log to sit on for a moment.
Tom stood next to the van & HOWLED for twenty minutes, but then reluctantly caught up. Fortunately for all of us I was walking in a big circle, so he didn’t have to go far.
As you can see, Tom is NOT a fan of standing on a high spot & posting in a dramatic manner. There was a big rock RIGHT THERE, Tom, come ON.
I’d headed uphill, hoping to hit the road we’d driven down. Tom caught up once I found it, & I hadda stop for a bit. Seems he had an itchy spot.
Turns out he had some healing scabs UNDER his harness, that’s GOTTA itch. (Loiosh has a tiny bald spot on his head, so apparently they’ve been having some Discussions lately.)
Anyway we followed the road back to the van & then headed off up the little valley I’d parked in, which is where we found the abandoned house. Loiosh climbed things!
& then he stood on top of them! In a dramatic manner!
… well, kinda dramatic.
Meanwhile, back on the ground, Tom contemplated going in the front door but eventually decided against it.
Neither of them set a foot inside … maybe it was creepier than I thought?
Who knows? But I decided not to go in either.