|Jack with TJ in the stream. Whenever Jack finds water, he|
lays down in it.
|You can see his front legs under the|
water. At least he dropped the rock.
|Have you ever watched closely as a dog shakes? It starts|
with the head and gives them a funny face.
|And the shake progresses to the rear end of the dog.|
|This was Jack's first deer sighting. |
The deer froze and we stopped long enough
to get a picture. Now he knows what hiking
is all about.
|Whoever adopts him is going to need to work on a|
release command. I could not get the damn rock out
of his mouth today.
|Four miles on an 80 degree day was too much for the senior|
husky. He really slows down walking uphill. He's going to be
limited to three miles or less on cooler days from now on.
|Again, with the rock.|
|Walking side by side with Theo.|
|On my second hike today, I actually left Maya at home and|
just took the two shepherd boys, both wearing harnesses.
My back really feels it this evening.
|They are a great looking pair of dogs.|
|Shepherds look best when they are alerting on something.|
|It was a good evening for deer, this was the third sighting.|
I made them promise not to mention it to Maya.
|This was another deer spotting.|
|The ferns are sprouting.|