Sunday, August 7, 2011

Evening

 

Hi Y’all! 

Even here in the mountains morning and evening hikes are the best.  This time of year the middle of the day is just too hot and muggy. 

The thick heavy foliage lets the sun dapple the forest floor. 

Today I picked up the scent and found the scat of a fox. 

 

 

Y’all come back now! 

 

12 comments:

  1. What a fantastic place to explore!! That looks like our idea of heaven with all that furtling to be done! Dex and Lou xxx

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  2. Gorgeous! Glad you are enjoying the mountains and all that lush green vegetation!

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  3. We can not wait to come around a corner on a trail one day and run into you.

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  4. You really get to use your sniffer up there, Hawk!! What fun!

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  5. Enjoy, Hawk!!

    AROOOF!
    Boondocks & The Love Shack Pack
    www.theloveshackpack.com

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  6. Hi! New follower here popping in from Mass.Game Trails. I guess follower is certainly the correct word for what I will be doing here : )

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  7. You look like a bear in the woods, Hawk!

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  8. OOOH! Looks like you've got an awesome place to hide! :)

    Happy Sunday night woofs & hugs <3,

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  9. What beautiful surroundings in which to put your sniffer to work, Hawk!

    -Chandra at Daley's Dog Years

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  10. Hi there Hawk :) Looks like you are having fun!! A mutual friend of ours (24 Paws of Love) recommended I take a look at your blog, as you and my dog Jada have experienced similar issues with allergies. We are going through major vet intervention right now Jada (she's a min pin) for allergies in her paws. She too was afraid to walk in the grass. Here she has a bad infection in her paws. It is just her paws though, thankfully no "behind" issues :) We still aren't 100% positive what is causing them or that they are actual allergies, I have to wait for her check up next week at the vet to see what the next step is. So far so good though I have noticed a different. My vet also thought possible food allergies but she only ever gets like this in summer time and each year it gets worse. She already is vet prescribed food for her pancreatitis so we don't think it's from that. Anywho, sorry to talk your ear off, but I really don't have anyone to talk with about this besides in the blog world! Thank for listening! Just wanted to say hi! - Melissa & Jada

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