TeKeela (on the left) runs slower than Bailey (on the right). She would do anything to slow him down.
I think that if she would use all her energy to run, she could beat him from time to time. Instead she is running and biting Bailey’s tail or paws and left behind.>
The powder is back! Check out Bailey running inside the cross country ski tracks. The storm started on Friday night and today we have over a foot of fresh powder. It will be an interesting walk today!
This week we decided to try a new trail. Chester Creek Trail is a 4 mile paved trail in town.
This trail is shared by pedestrians and bikes, but soon will become a cross country ski trail as well. The trail ends at Goose Lake.
Once we head back to the car, we un-leashed the Snowieners in a green open area. We practiced their recall skills and had a blast.
Whenever we go hiking off-leash, TeKeela and Bailey walk at a faster pace. They normally are ahead of us by a few feet, then stop to sniff or play around. Then we will catch up and it would start all over again.
Yesterday, Bailey did the cutest thing. He was heeling for the first time but the cute part was that he positioned himself right in the middle of my hubby and me. We exchanged looks a few times.
Today’s hiking adventure took place in Hemlock Knob Trail. This trail is in Anchorage and only a 15 min drive from home. In clear days, we get great views of Anchorage and the mountain range across the inlet.
Last time we were here the scenery was quite different. We loved the Autumn colors and found lots of picture opportunities.
It was a lot of fun. What did you do this weekend?