Phyllis seemed homesick (she'd been on the road for months), so we tried to make her feel at home by doing things that groundhogs like to do.
First, we took her up high to our tree fort, where she could get situated.
Finally, we burrowed through a tunnel.
But we also wanted Phyllis to enjoy a true Silicon Valley experience. So, when she was ready, we brought Phyllis to do some kid -- ahem -- groundhog testing at a Silicon Valley startup called Kiwi Crate, which sells monthly subscriptions of crafts for kids.
As you can see, Phyllis had an excellent time.
This morning, Phyllis flew out on the last leg of her trip -- to visit Robyn Campbell in North Carolina.
We'll miss you Phyllis!