Walking on a leash is ok....
As long as we stop and sniff.
Check out this big rock, It's called Egg rock.
I gots kind of confused on where to go with all the different trails. We were following the blue trail but I is color blind.
After consulting the map I figured it out.
We gots done right before it was too dark. There's nothing like a woods full of owls hooting to get you walking fast to the car to go home!
And the winner of the book was Mack! I'll be contacting you soon for your address.
Wow, what a pawesome place for a walkie! I bet the smells and sounds were amazing. I think those owl were hooting to cheer you on!
Grr and Woof,
I cannot beleef your burd places lets dogs come there. Here when it be a burd place, we know rite away it be NO DOGS ALLOWED! Nice map following job! You would never beleef how many peeples we has to help out of the woods coz they did not bring a map along. We nefur leave home without one.ReplyDelete
yes the woods at dark can be scary!ReplyDelete
What a cool place. That must have been one cool adventureReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
You go to such great places fur your walks.
Woofs and Licks,
PeeS Mom and me is sorry dat you can't comment on my blog. :(
I like it in a kinda-scary way. Very seasonally appropriate. Dad once saw a huge bird try to swoop down on us and have us for dinner, so now I am a bit scaredy. Maybe I'll meet a nice bird some day.ReplyDelete
That looks like a grat walk!ReplyDelete
Tucker buddy that was a wonderful walkie in the Woodsie. THANKS fur takin us along.ReplyDelete
Great place for a stroll, Tucker. We agree with you, all those owls hooting would make us want to run for cover too.ReplyDelete
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
That's nice that they help the injured birds! And that's one HUGE rock!ReplyDelete
Your pal, Pip
Those hooting owls sound creepy, Tucker! But I would love to go on the walk like that!! We just don't get any "nature" now that we've moved Australia – either dogs are not allowed in the reserves or it's full of dangerous, poisonous things that can kill us!ReplyDelete
What a cool place - its nice that the injured birdies have a nice place to live since they can't be wild again :)ReplyDelete
All places in NZ that are dedicated to birds dogs are forbbiden! We might accidently eat one, and when its population consists of 100 birds that is very bad...
Licks and lots of slobber,
Lexi and Jasper
Tucker, that looks like a REALLY interesting walk... Poor birdies, it is very nice to have someone taking care of them.ReplyDelete
I am sure you really had a lot to snif around in that place!
Your human was really lucky to have you there with her or she would surely have got lost!
Well done Tucker!