Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Reservoir Dogs, The Walter F Pratt Picnic Area - Part 2

The dogs and I were exploring the reservoir shoreline in the Walter Pratt Camping and Picnic area of the Brasher State Forest. We'd walked out onto a peninsula which jutted into the water:

Clover and Daphne, as is their custom, grazed on grasses like little Holsteins:

We paused in order to enjoy the view when we reached the end of the peninsula:
And looked all around, the dogs giving everything a thorough sniffing:

Then we headed back up the peninsula:

The peninsula had a high, rounded center, a fine place to walk beneath the pines and a wondeful place for scenic views:

We came close to the water's edge again a few times:

And then walked back under the pines:

Clover is generally the first dog to go exploring:

And Jack is the canine running machine. He never seems to tire:

Seamus has been on a diet. His weight loss doesn't show much yet, but I certainly noticed that he had more energy:

And all five dogs were happy which, in turn, makes me happy. Before we left, I drove farther into the forest in search of another trail to explore - but the deer flies swarmed the car in such numbers that I changed my mind and called it a day:

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