Took dog and child camping with a bunch of friends over the weekend. For the most part Banjo is great to camp with. It's a very dog friendly camping ground where most have their dogs off leash. Banjo never wanders off and is usually no hassle at all. Except, the first 2 nights she keeps bolting out of the tent to chase off bandicoots. On the third night she generally can't be bothered anymore. She was also good with the other people. She did try to climb onto a few laps, but not nearly as often as she does at home. She was great with the kids and even climbed trees with them (with practically horizontal branches).
We did have some issues with her being nasty to other dogs. There was 1 incident each day. Which wasn't too bad considering we met dozens of dogs over 4 days. If I can act before she does, I can still always control her with come, leave, close or keep going. But her reactions are a tad unpredictable (apparently the stretch of beach from where we sit to the ocean is her territory?) and it's easy to get distracted or miss things (like when someone walked into our camp with their dog behind my back).
The lab that we shared a house with for 6 months last year also came on the second day and the 2 dogs were so wild together at times! The first time I tried to take them for a walk to the beach together, it took me at least 5 minutes to walk the 10 meters to get out of our campsite because the lab kept doing the excited jumping on the spot right in front of my feet and then as soon as she moved away from me Banjo would ambush her and I'd have to jump back to prevent getting bowled over. Would've been quite hilarious to watch. On the beach I had to walk in a wide circle around areas with toddlers and sand castles because the dogs ran in and out of the surf and did zoomies on the beach with such enthusiasm. Banjo will often jump over the lab while they are running at full speed. Again, funny to watch, but I am a slight woman with a very fragile skeleton, so half of the time I felt a bit panicky about them bashing into me. I think the lab enjoys me screaming when she runs right at me at full speed too.
Unrelated to the beach story, I managed to call Banio off a roo on our first walk after coming home. She surprised it and it was probably less than 5 meters away when she started to give chase. I did have to call her twice and then yell Oi a couple of times, but she stopped after a few meters and eventually came to me and then sat and stared in disbelief at the big roo that was too lazy to run more than about 20 meters before he sat down again. I let her watch him for a couple of minutes and when I asked her to get going, she did without protest. I'm pretty darn proud of that!