Those are lovely pictures, Deyana. I do not know the name of the red blossom on the tree but it's very pretty. My labrador used to love to go into puddles just like Angel If you throw a stick for Angel, will she retrieve it? or does she ignore it?
fumobici, it does smell lovely out there right now, with all the different plants and their aromas. I really like it.
Kerouac, it gets wilder the deeper you go into the forest areas. I actually haven't explored much of the deeper wooded areas at all. I once got lost when I went about a mile in, it was a good job I had a compass on me.
She had muddy feet, but they are hard to see on the pictures. Sometimes she gets really messy and I have wash her down when we get home.
...Angel will run after the stick, but won't bring it back! She's stubborn in that way..
Angel's smart, not stubborn, she just wants to make the walk stretch out! Lovely, this reminds me of where I was raised, we had 20 acres of land and a river and a lagoon. Like Fumobici, I can almost smell it. Angel must be in dog heaven, this is the finest time of year for the trusty dog nose. I read somewhere that a dog's sense of smell is about a thousand times more refined than a human's? Do you live near the ocean?
Mich, I was worried about the farmer too, but I saw his wife going past the other day and all seemed fine.
Come to think about it I don't think that one was a bull after all, but I know they do have them. It might be the end of me if I bumped into one I'm sure!
The farmer really needs to take more control, I'm not sure why he isn't. The other strange thing is the cows are usually all gone by now, but this year they are still lingering around.. Sadly they are raised to be killed for food
Thanks, I will add more photos to this thread at some point in time.
Well you already had a thread here somewhere a couple of years ago about going for walks with Angel. It might still be here. If I come across it one of these days, I might merge them so that people can appreciate the old photos.