The plan was to complete 7 miles. The day before I had charged my Garmin and as soon as I went to set it up it went beeeeeeppppppp and was dead. Really?!?!!??? I am
Traildog was super excited when we arrived at the start point that he possibly went out to hard on this run because as we neared the first mile marker he was really dragging and had fallen in behind me and was just following my legs. I did stop and walked a bit so he could recover and then we would start back up again. We saw an abundance of wildlife out today. Plenty of deer, I could actually feel their power when they bonded off into the trees. We saw a ton of Turkey's on the trail, off to the side of the trail we even heard their gobble gobble as we approached. Off course Traildog was too tired to care so I was on my own.
I think the best part of this run even though we had to walk some was watching Traildog play in the river. He would tip toe in and then as he became more comfortable would just jump in and run up and down the bank. He played in the river at the turn around and then again before the mile climb back to the car.
One tired Traildog
"Can we play?"
"Look what I have!"
Traildog getting some air.
We even spent some time playing Lil man. He is growing up so fast. It amazes me how his "gears" are spinning constantly.
Riding around the block. I have to run to keep up with him it use to be I could walk and then have to wait for him. Not anymore.
He was heading over to grandma's house and packed his bag. He brought jelly beans for when he was hungry, his marbles, and Woody the pez dispenser. Interesting assortment of goodies.