Chispa goes to camp

I’m writing this from France! More on that in a separate bunch of blog posts; this is about CHISPA! Friday was a busy day; I drove two hours north to Olympia, WA, to get Frodo’s international health certificate endorsed, and then drove back to the house, to pick up Chispa, and then drove 45 minutes south to drop her off with a good friend, who will not only take great care of her, but who is also a great photographer, so….pictures!! I’ve no doubt Chispa is having a great time.

Friday evening, I felt like parents must feel when they send their kids off to camp. With the terrier and Chispa gone to their respective vacation homes, I could pack and relax just a bit. Then, Saturday morning, it was up early, to upload that last bit of training video footage. I put together the handout for this latest bit of training on the plane, en route, and now I’m in the hotel near CDG, posting one last bit on the Chispa blog before shifting entirely over to big event mode with Frodo. I’ll be posting about my travels this week with Frodo here at the Classroom website and at so that people at either site can read about our adventure this week. Chispa will continue learning this week, just not with me! So, without further ado…

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