So, I'm totally missing Nikon (if you look real close you can see a tear in my eye). But that's not why I'm so late writing today.
No. I am late because it's been like an eternity since the sun has come out before noon here in San Francisco. The rest of the planet is practically melting, but here it's been cold and foggy and gross. Worst summer ever, my human says.
I'm not 100% sure I understand why, but I guess my human is part plant or something. Her brain needs sun to be happy. No sun = SAD. It's been super gloomy for weeks, but when we woke up this morning to actual rain, she completely lost it.
Instead of going for our usual walk, we piled in the car and headed south. When I asked where we were going, all I got was: someplace the sun still shines. I knew better than to ask where that was or what we'd do when we got there.
About an eternity later, we got to a place where the sun shines. I think it's called Woodside? Who knows. But whatever the place is called, there isn't much to do there. Me and Dutch had to be on leashes and that was lame. There were no trails to hike or mountains to climb so we didn't even get a post-exercise snack.
But seeing the sun again made my human happy. And if starting at the sun is all it takes to make my human happy, I guess that's a good thing.