Hallow is ready to go. Having a dog makes packing for a long trip a challenge. We had to use our roof storage rack so Hallow would have enough room in the back.
The long drive was hard for Hallow even though we stopped often. I think that much time in the car stressed her out quite a bit. At one point she climbed into Caleb's lap.
Lunch at the Cracker Barrel in Arkansas. Hallow is the queen of the "sad face" look. Pitiful.
We split the drive over two days and stayed in Tennessee for one night to rest up. The hotel pool was a great reward for the boys after spending the day in the car.
Finally made it to Kentucky. I think I have more pictures of Hallow than anything else.
Surprisingly I have few pictures of actual basketball. The team played 4 games....they lost 4 games.
Hallow resting during the games. How cute is she in that collar? I finally have a girl to dress up!
The team all crammed into a booth together. They may have lost all of their games, but they still had a good time together.
These long trips are tough on this guy. He is very much a homebody and he hates being away from his Legos. I promised him that I would buy him a new Lego kit while we were in Kentucky. As soon as Caleb's first game was over I took him to Target to pick out a kit. Best purchase ever. He was perfectly content.
He even found a fellow Lego-lover to hang out with. These 2 spent a lot of time together during the tournament.
Dirty hands and a dirty face, all part of wheelchair basketball.
Hanging out with this fellow SB mom was the highlight of the trip for me (and for Caleb I think too). This is Annie and her daughter Anna. I've "known" Annie online for a few years and we met briefly at Nationals in 2014 but we were able to really hang out this time. Caleb and Anna were fast friends and have already video chatted several times since we've been home.
Being a pretty service dog is exhausting. We had a constant stream of people coming up to us to meet her and love on her.
Another stop in Tennessee on the way home.