Sunday, May 6, 2012

Taylor Arm


Today we took all the dogs to Taylor Arm
for their first swim
of the season.


It's a tranquil spot, especially
this early in the year.


I love the look
of these old trees.


Jasmine becomes obsessed with possessing whatever
kong, or stick, is being thrown.
I have to remind her she is a golden retriever,
not a golden receiver.



The tussle over the stick goes on
until Lukey gives up and lets go.


Lori and the dogs played tag
among the trees.


Then home for a much-needed rest.

14 comments:

  1. awww adorable ... and lovely place. :)

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  2. Awww... so cute to fight over a stick when they have a forest full of them! LOL
    What a lovely share ...made me smile.

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  3. Glad you and the dogs had such a good day!

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  4. looks like the sort of day worthy living.

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  5. So cute, playing tugga with her brother, and even cuter napping afterwards!

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  6. What a wonderful day, Sherry.
    Lindy is asleep behind me now, and I can look back and forth from Jasmine's photo to Lindy and the resemblance is indeed astonishing.
    I'm looking forward to taking Lindy swimming. We have a river here, and although it looks pokey-slow by BC standards, it moves fast enough to give a lazy dog a good battle, so we'll have to find a lake.
    K

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  7. Beautiful place, great photos, and a wonderful day that ends in a soft cuddly nap. Good stuff, my friend,

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2012/05/06/still-possibilities/

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  8. I envy you...the place looks lovely and it seems that everyone had a great time ~

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  9. That looks like so much fun. Jasmine obviously thought so too. And you had some time to play. That's awesome.

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  10. Glad you had fun with your "kids"... wish I could've seen that.

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  11. Now that's the way to spend a day!

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  12. This is great, really like the picture, very beautiful country, and water and trees. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  13. Ha ha. So you had to do the reminding of Jasmine being a golden retriever, not a golden receiver? Love that.

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  14. What a beautiful sight..love the photos. I think we should have the freedom of your pets...to run for joy and not for fear.

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