"Hi aunt Fuxie..." sighed a young fox girl, sounding bored and annoyed.
"Hey now! Is that any way to greet your aunt? What's up, kiddo?" Fuxie laughed and leaned down, "Folks givin' ya trouble?"
"Everything is just kind of annoying." The young fox rolled her eyes.
"Haha, you said it!" Fuxie agreed. "Well why don't you and I go to the beach to get away from everything? Let's relax and not talk to anyone."
Bo Foxtrot looked up and thought for a moment, "That sounds alright."
"Get your bathing suit on, kid! I'll tell your parents."
Bo got ready for the beach and met Fuxie downstairs. They weren't really blood related, but she was a family friend, visiting this side of the world, and was happy to get some time with the little fox.
Fuxie held Bo's hand and the two walked off to the beach together, just a short walk from home, they were quiet the whole time. "No talking allowed!"
They got to the beach, put down some towels, and laid back together.
Fuxie noticed a lady putting sunscreen on herself. "Oh, uh, kiddo do you need sun lotion?"
Bo sat up, "I dunno. We have fur, right? It doesn't burn or anything does it?" She hadn't been to the beach enough to know.
"Uh, I think just our noses count as skin?" Fuxie laughed, and put a drop of white cream on both their noses.
"You're an adult! Shouldn't you know?" Bo chuckled and rubbed it into her snout.
"I probably should." Fuxie grinned and stood up, "Hey, I'm gonna get us some food! Can you dig a big hole for me by the time I get back? I got a plan..."
Bo felt like it was kind of childish, but the way Fuxie said she had a plan made it sound exciting! She knew her aunt well enough to know it wasn't just a pointless task. Unless maybe she was tricking her into doing something pointless.
"You did it!" Fuxie yelled behind her once she returned. "Alright, now get in."
"What? Why?" Bo laughed, she sat down in the hole, it went up to her arms.
"This'll be funny," Fuxie buried the younger fox in, just her chest and arms and fuzzy head poking out of the sand. "You ready?"
Bo felt nervous, "What are you going to do?"
"Iiiiiiit's food time!" Fuxie sprinkled chips and fries on the sand in front of Bo, which got lots of seagulls to fly over and flap around her, honking and chirping as they tried to get all the food on the sand.
Bo giggled as she was surrounded by birds fluttering around, fighting for food, she could hear them honk and feel their feathers against her fur. It was weird and ticklish and silly.
"Alright, SCRAM! All of ya!" Fuxie yelled and chased the birds away, laughing. Bo giggled as they all flew away. Fuxie plopped down beside her, "So how was that? Haha."
"That felt weird!" Bo smiled, "Now get me outta here, I'm hungry."
"I can't, you're buried alive!" Fuxie fell on her back dramatically. "What am I gonna tell your parents!?"
Bo began to dig herself out, and Fuxie eventually helped. They cleaned their paws and enjoyed a little snack on the beach together before falling asleep in the sun.
Bo woke up to hearing some yelling on the beach - she looked up and saw Fuxie run back to their towels with a laugh.
"Here kid - a little treasure on the beach I found for ya!"
Bo heard a wet plop and hesitantly reached over and felt a wet swimsuit next to her.
"Ew! What is this!?" Bo leaned away.
"Some guy's swimsuit, he won't be needing it!" Fuxie cackled.
"Hey, I need that!" a shy manly voiced whined from the distance.
Bo blushed as Fuxie laughed, "Well, we better leave while we can. Can't cause too much more trouble over here!" The two got up and brushed the sand off before walking back home hand-in-hand.
"So? How was that? Not too bad, right?" Fuxie smiled as the two came back to Bo's house. "It's good to get a break sometimes."
Bo nodded, "Yeah. Thanks for hanging out with me, aunt Fuxie."
Fuxie gave the little fox girl a light noogie, "Let's do it again sometime, kiddo!"