Monday, January 28, 2013

OUR FOGGY ADVENTURE

Last week I had an early appointment in a town about 20 minutes away. So...like I do whenever I go someplace new, I looked on the map for the biggest green space nearby and then asked Google if it's dog-friendly. Luckily there was a huge open space just a couple minutes from where I had to go and Yelpers said it was great for off leash dogs! It was a foggy morning which made for some awesome photos...





As usual, I had trouble narrowing down my photo selection for the blog:/





At 1200 acres, it is safe to say we only covered a tiny portion of the park in 2 hours!



I usually hate mornings but I was so glad we were up early to enjoy the fog. It had started to burn off by the time we left and it definitely looked less enchanting.



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16 comments:

  1. How gorgeous! There can never be too many photos...especially ones of such cute pups!!

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  2. Your photos always leave me breathless.

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  3. Lots of photos are always welcome!

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  4. I love the one of Norman eating Kaya's face. To cute!

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  5. How can you not include all those pictures when you have such good-looking dogs? :)

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  6. Wow, that's a huge place to explore! Looks like a lot of fun :-)

    Oink oink,
    Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

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  7. Wow how gorgeous! It looks super dreamy :)

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  8. Love your pictures!

    Foggy mornings are great! Not often, but I've been able to get to a trail with Callie on foggy mornings and it's great fun watching her and photographing her running out of the fog.

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  9. I am glad you got there for the fog too; these pictures are so beautiful! But your pictures are always beautiful :)

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  10. I'm sure I said this before but these are some of my favorite pictures yet!
    With having your dogs run off-leash do you ever have to run to keep up?
    Love Norman's dirt smudges. *heart squeeze*

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    1. Haha...no. That would never work. I am a terrible runner and certainly could never keep up with them! They only go a certain distance before they turn around and come back. If they are going too far or if I can't see them, I'll call them and they come back. Most of these running pictures is because I've thrown the ball.

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  11. Gosh your photos are always so beautiful! And your dogs look so happy! I am not sure if anything is as relaxing as a nice stroll with a dog out in nature.

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  12. How pretty! Your dogs are SO lucky :)

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