Walking this year has been a challenge. I always try to find a place where the dogs can run in safety. This winter and now even into the spring it’s been almost impossible to drive off the main roads. I just know if I do I will get stuck in the snow. On Sunday it took me a half hour or so to find a place to go snow shoeing. I was crossing all my fingers and toes that I wouldn’t get stuck. I didn’t, yay!
The only way to get around in the forest is by snow shoes or ski’s.
Davin was getting rather impatient with all the driving I had to do to find a place to walk.
I love going off the beaten path and just wandering around where ever my feet want to take me.
That’s when I see the most interesting things.
And of course that’s when the dogs find the most interesting things as well.
At one point the dogs disappeared down a ravine. I wondered briefly what they could be up to.
Maybe I should have wondered more than briefly as Ande trots past me proud as can be.
With something hanging from her mouth.
Yum, yum nothing like a tasty moose hide!