Herman found that he much preferred Lucy’s company when they were in the park. Whenever Herman wandered in the house, Lucy had a tendency to hover. She’d follow him around and watch everything he did. The guardian found Lucy’s attentiveness useful since Lucy was always able to show her exactly where Herman was hiding. But, Herman felt it was not the sort of behaviour that great friendships were forged from. However, in the park Lucy left Herman to his own devices. She had far too many smells to smell to bother Herman, which pleased him a great deal.