Samuel P. Taylor State Park, Lagunitas CA / by Tony Tieu

My humans took me to Samuel P. Taylor State Park to help celebrate one of their friend's birthday. It was a windy drive among the redwood trees.  When we entered the park, I could hardly wait to pee everywhere, and make my presence be known.  

 After running around, I found a tree with a hole in it.  It was perfect for a fort.  I figured that I would wait patiently for any unsuspecting squirrels to come by, and then pounce on it! They won't know what hit them!

After running around, I found a tree with a hole in it.  It was perfect for a fort.  I figured that I would wait patiently for any unsuspecting squirrels to come by, and then pounce on it! They won't know what hit them!

 My humans wouldn't give me any food from the party.  I got up on higher ground so that I can survey the area for fallen morsels.

My humans wouldn't give me any food from the party.  I got up on higher ground so that I can survey the area for fallen morsels.

 Getting up was easy.  Now, how do I get down?  Humans, wait -- I'm coming!

Getting up was easy.  Now, how do I get down?  Humans, wait -- I'm coming!