We filled the car with our treasures and headed downtown to join the dog rescue at the Great Glebe Garage Sale. The streets were starting to fill up slowly as I placed Max' bed on a tarp under the canopy where he would be protected from rains that might pass through.
It was an extremely busy day as all sorts of people looked for bargains. Max slowly figured out that I was staying in the area so he could relax on his bed. He found a new young human friend who lay on his bed with him and petted him thoroughly. He was in heaven, his eyes closed and his head held high.
There seemed to be more interest in Max than in the wares at some points through the day. He could have been adopted six times over and sold for a high price too : ) Someone even had their picture taken with him.
Garage sales are a lot of work for the resulting donations but every bit is appreciated, still.
It has been decided that Max will stay behind while we head out camping for two weeks. The hiking terrain will be too much for the little guy. Although he is very agile on many terrains, I'm not sure how safe this would be for him.