Checking on the state of the water today during our walk. There was geese poop on the hill, but we did not see any in the reservoir. When will the clouds go away? Crosby had a thought about more mulch! We also heard that Uncle Dave may ditch us for a little bit this weekend to fill up a growler:
Guess who’s the barker in chief? We took the human to the park today. We have been known to frequent parks! Grant Park on Lake Michigan, Schenley, Frick and now Highland are all on our five paw list. We still miss Destin as you can see we are still wearing our winter coats. Duck time.
During the whirlwind settling in process sometimes it’s good to take a minute, breathe and be grateful for those people that make up who we are and what we have begun. Yes that means we were left alone to slumber in between the Pittsburgh rains. That may even be sun. But we did send something in today’s mail. Ok for the people- we had a little Arrigo get together in Washington. I believe the younger cousins were photobombed. The muscles […]
We tried to walk the trail but there was ice. We will have a new beach this summer thanks to the ice erosion. Thanks to the #icewall at the boat launch it may explain the flooding on the other side of the bridge. We are one week later and the water only has small #icecubes. If only we had a drone to video. First the tree is still hanging in there. The vegetation has been cleared between the ice and […]
Look at us. We have an awesome day for a long walk. We made it to the falls before we turned around today. Yesterday was only a 1.75 mile walk, today we did 2.2 miles complete with a view of the waterfall below and an excursion to see where a new kayak/SUP launch area is being established. Just below Jim Kelly Field they are establishing a new park with state funds. New picnic tables, parking area and what […]
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