Friday fun 

 December 3, 2016

By  Daisy Peel

Anna is still here, visiting from Germany, and so Friday, we packed up and headed for the hills, with fingers crossed that it wouldn’t pour, and some almond cookies baked by George for a snack, and with the camera (a non-mobile device camera, a “real” camera!).

This weekend is the Tryouts for the European Open in 2017, and I decided to stay home with Frodo and do some training, instead of yet another big event. So, right now, I’m enjoying a seminar that Anna is teaching here in the agility hall. She’s a good instructor, and heaven knows I am not the easiest student – it’s not a role I get to enjoy often enough.

But this is about Chispa! She IS growing, slowly but surely. She’s right on 19″ tall now (or 48.26cm), although she frequently looks smaller to me. Her habit of running through the house and choosing to go UNDER dogs that are in her path doesn’t do much to make me think she’s a big girl.

Chispa December 3, 2016
Chispa – December 3, 2016

Anna and I headed to Shellburg Falls, about an hour away. We figured as it was a weekday, and…well…December – it might be raining but the trail would be empty, and the waterfall would be really cool. We weren’t disappointed. Empty trail, NO RAIN, and cool waterfall!

Shellburg Falls
Shellburg Falls
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