Now, I’d like to address some of y’alls’ questions.
Just Ramblin’ commented about how narrow our road is should we meet a car coming the other direction.
Believe it or not this is a county road, county maintained. Yes it is gravel and covers the vehicle with gravel dust. At property entrances there are usually wider areas so cars can past. There are areas where you can squeeze by each other and other places you need to back up to a wide spot before one of you can get past. Locals never drive very fast on mountain roads like this one. On paved ones, well that’s another matter.
Seems like a lot of y’all would like to come train with me! All sizes and hair lengths!
Can’t you just see the Weinerful Gang, the black Lab, Zoe from Pawfect Days, along with your friend and mine, Snoopy, the Bearded Collie with his long flowing hair, cute little Oskar, the Minature Schnauzer and Goose who is a short haired hunting breed, working across this field in search of hidden bumpers?
Sage wants to know what I’m lookin’ at…I’m concentratin’ on where I saw the bumpers fall.
Daisy asked if it was a mid April cold snap shriveled these leaves?
My Dogs Love Me is suffering in heat…so thought maybe it was heat…If I was at the shore it would have been heat. Here in the mountains, Daisy, who is also suffering in abnormal heat, was right, it was frost. My Chessie friends from North Blogville, Thunder, Freighter and Storm or 2browndawgs also asked if it was from a cold snap.
Hope y’all had a great week!
Y’all come back now!