Cello participated in Easton’s Waterfowl Festival Dock Diving contest, and we usually camp for this event. However, fellow members of the Chesapeake DockDogs club had invited us to stay with them in a home they rented at Nourse Farm.
We accepted, and are SO glad we did! This place was amazing, and getting to spend time with dock diving friends before and after the event was priceless!
This home, set on 70 acres, has one half-mile of waterfront property, gorgeous kitchen, 7 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, 5 living rooms, a fireplace, and 2 dining rooms!!
One of the 5 living rooms:
One of the 7 bedrooms:
AND…this house had a heated, indoor pool!! The dogs had a BLAST!
Hooch and Cello had the time of their lives!
Here is Hooch jumping in for the first time (and then swimming VERY awkwardly!!) Cello is the one with the bright green collar.
Once Hooch got in, he did NOT want to get out!
All the dogs had a great time!
Hooch was pooped each night, and snored like an old man!
The home also had a 120 foot dock and a gorgeous water view:
There was a fisherman’s cabin too!
This is the view of the home from the water-side:
Hooch was fearful of the staircases, so we had to carry him up and down!
Staying in this awesome home with good friends made this trip complete. We had SUCH a great time!