Part of the time while the kennel disassembling was going on, Mom pulled weeds in her iris garden nearby
Dad's dog, Gale, wondering what all is going on (during this process, she stayed in the only kennel that didn't have to be taken apart; Maggie was in a crate by the house; Mandy was in a little pen in our entryway; and Lassie was loose in the entryway - it's funny, though, as she didn't want to wander anywhere, but wanted to lay right up close to where Mandy was!)
After all of this was finished, we had lunch together, and then Ryan and Ashley drove back to their place with Maggie, and Dad and Mom pulled the trailer with the kennels (they also had Maggie's dog house in their truck.) Leah and I stayed back to take care of some things around here (like making bread for the church meal the following day) and working on putting our kennels back together again for our dogs . . . that was a bit interesting! :) It took some figuring before we came up with something that would work (we had to use a number of chain link panels that we had had), but thanks to help from Daddy, all of the dogs have kennels now!
So now Maggie is enjoying being out at Ryan and Ashley's place, and it's nice to be down to three dogs here. Leah is especially enjoying it as now she is back to just having her dog, Mandy, to be taking care of. (Leah was so sweet to take care of Maggie ever since the wedding until Ryan and Ashley were able to move her out to their place.)
Our new kennel set-up (and in case you were wondering, Mandy is holding her bone in her mouth. She does that, along with wagging her tail quite emphatically, when she especially wants to be petted.)
We still have a bit of work left to do on our kennels (putting a cover back on over top of them), but other than that, it's all done! Now onto other projects . . . . :)