Ever since we arrived here on April 1, she has been in doggy paradise. But to say that Spirit is happy at this campground would be a gross understatement.
Maybe this story about Spirit's joyous Idaho camping experience is better told in pictures.
|I think you can tell a dogs happiness by the flapping of their ears.|
|If you want to make a lab happy just give them beautiful cold water for an afternoon swim. (Although she seems to enjoy a dirty mud puddle just as well.)|
|Every walk involves a stick coming along. This particular stick was as wide as the bridge and became a challenge of which Spirit was determined to overcome.|
|There are miles and miles of hiking trails and old logging roads that make for a wonderful doggy playground - a place where there is no leash and plenty of smells.|
|Spirit's only complaints are that we do not hike long enough or fast enough for her taste. Too bad, dog!|
|Oh, the other complaint is that we have to work four days a week and sometimes we drag her along.|
|But on our days off we enjoy all this campground has to offer including a 19,000-acre reservoir. This was Spirits first ride in the kayak and she did great!|