Spring is not my favourite time of year, in case you haven’t picked up on it yet.
- The fluffy white stuff does a disappearing act
- It gets too warm out
- I seem to spend an increasing amount of time on the leash
- By the time Elizabeth allows me to go off leash again, I can’t run on the river anymore
- I have no privacy when I do my business (I must do it on leash or hold it forever)
There is an up side, though.
- Elizabeth and I start walking together a lot more
- The two-leggers start opening the windows on the growly beast when we go for rides
The other day, we went for a ride to the place where the two-leggers get their mail. It was a fine day for a ride.
Then we went to one of my favourite places – the building where the two-leggers get their big mail (I like it because it’s near Doyle the Dog Food Man’s shop, and so we see a lot of two-leggers out walking their dogs here…).
On the way home, Elizabeth asked Kay to stop the car early so she could take me for a walk. It’s still pretty miserable walking in the woods – at least for two-leggers, so we spend a lot of our walking time on the gravel paths for now. Let me show you what I mean, and how things are changing around here. I asked Elizabeth to take some photos for you.
We were taking so long to come home that Kay began to wonder what we were up to. So, she decided to come out and meet us. We found her resting at the top of a hill on the Little Gravel Path. She was ready to come home by the time we arrived, so I was able to finish the afternoon outing walking with my two favourite two-leggers. It would’ve been even better if we could’ve walked through some fluffy white stuff, but I’m trying not to complain, BOL!