Yep, P.loves to hike and even carries her own back pack. If we were going on a longer hike, I would also make sure she had enough dog food for a least a day. Here is what she had in her "day pack" (by Ruffwear) for this hike.
**Note: This pack may need some adjustments to keep the
Basic contents: 2 (equal size) water bottles, collapsible water bowl,treats,leash,
a couple poop bags and of course, a ball.
View from the trail head...And then I realized I only brought one set of lens. So, wide angle was not going to happen. I had to work with what I had.
Looking across approx 3 miles to Greywolf mountain area.
Quiet forested trail. Under the canopy with all the layering of natural forest. How it should be. No breeze, only soft bird calls. And then, a clearing....
R. lead the way, P. stayed in the middle. And I lagged behind. I often stopped to take pictures and to enjoy the peaceful scenery that laid before me like a painting. Many signs of the arrival of spring.
Looking through the Alaskan Cedars at the dappled forest floor.
Hot over here, cold over there....Can you feel it?
Now that you are in the mood. Let's add some color with WILDFLOWERS and SUCCULENTS! OOOOOO!
R. says this is a Glacier Lily
Leaf out time coming to a mountain near you!
P. relaxing sans pack at top of mountain next to R.'s walking stick. It's all downhill from here.
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