Here is a shot of me and Mags, heading out:
|"Let's be really good today!"|
"Ha. We're always good!"
Well, yes, she had a point there. But we didn't try to snarf down any bugs or grass or anything (for the most part), we didn't pull (I never do), and (for the first two miles) we didn't play crazed river otter games!
By the time we got to the Hudson Trail, we were all three having such a delightful walk, that Mom said we could go left -- the long way!
|"Ooooh, it's all shady down here!"|
"And the rain-soaked trail feels nice on my feety-feet!"
It was lovely! We saw lots of birdies and pretty wildflowers. We had a lady behind us, so Mom didn't want to dilly-dally too much to take photos. (You can't really go around people on that part of the trail.) The cool thing was at the end of Hudson Trail, Mom pulled us aside so the lady could get around us -- and instead of that, she came over to meet us! She was super nice and we both liked her an awful lot. And it wasn't just because she smelled like her Newfoundland who was chilling out at home. Seriously. She was nice.
We took a detour we don't usually take ...
|"This is so fun!"|
"And look at how well-behaved we are!"
... then found ourselves at the top of my favorite hill!
|"I love going up this hill!"|
"Mom likes going DOWN your favorite hill!"
In fact, Mom took a video of us -- a short one, because ... well ...
If that doesn't play for some reason, please click here to view it on YouTube.
It couldn't last forever, could it? Yes, Mom knows how to read our expressions. And yes, we were indeed about to start "horsing around". If she can put an early halt to "someone's" shenanigans, before we launch into full-blown crazed river otter games, things stay relatively calm. Serene, even.
I hope you enjoyed our wonderful walk! Tomorrow, we'll show you what we did when we got home!
Have a great Sunday! And Saturday. :)