So Elliot went up to the mountains and made believe that he was a wolf. Here he is pretending to be a wild wolf super model for Ansel Adams.
While he was in the forest, he discovered a steam train so decided to hop on board to see all the sights a wolf should know about. The shaking and clackettey clack of the train car was worrisome at first, but soon Elliot got the hang of things and starting to enjoy the ride, even when the train whistle blew. Toooooot!
The conductor took his ticket and seemed just fine with having a wolf onboard ... yes!
Two little girls wanted to talk with Elliot, so he had to pretend he wasn't a wild animal for a minute. Good thing, because the man behind them wanted to pick his nose and Elliot knew that a true wolf would howl with laughter about that, which wouldn't be very polite.
His new friends the girls stared into his eyes and told him how wonderful he was. Elliot decided he likes vacations very much.
He feel asleep with Mr. Tim and thought ever so briefly about his friends at the barn.
Then, he ran off to the woods in his dreams and howled at the almost full moon and decided that he was the luckiest dog on the whole earth.