The natural beauty of Napatree Point in Westerly, R.I. was further enhanced recently by a gathering of corgis. Organized by the Rhode Island Corgis group, it was the first of its kind on Napatree and I had to bring Fidgit. That’s her on the left with a crazed expression.
There was even a three-month-old puppy, right, with the requisite pink belly and velvety puppy coat. My husband is still talking about that belly a week later.
People would walk by and say, jokingly, “wow, there are so many corgis here today. Is there a convention or something?” and we would smile knowingly and say ‘yes.'”
We met on the harbor side, so the water was calm and many of the dogs, including Fidgit, went swimming. I have found that corgis are unambivalent about the water. They either love it and jump in whenever they can, or they hate it.
It was a great afternoon with a group of nice dogs and nice people. Thanks to Stephanie of Rhode Island Corgis for putting it all together.
That looks like a blast!