Happy trails to you


With the weather getting much warmer we headed out to Washington on the Brazos State Park yesterday.  It's better to go before it gets too hot and when the wildflowers are in season.


Zoe enjoyed every bit of it.  We were accompanied by my parents and their dog, Cassie. 


Of course Zoe paid no mind to the "no swimming" sign.  She really does have a water addiction.  No worries though, I did make her get out after snapping this photo. 


We really couldn't have asked for a more beautiful day.  It was just breathtaking!


She was quite curious about all the Bluebonnets, thankfully she didn't try to eat them.  BOL!


Getting her to sit still for a photo was nearly impossible so most of my photos ended up being "butt shots."  Oy!


I must say that I am very proud of how well Zoe did walking these trails off leash, even with lots of people around.  She would walk a little ahead of us but turn around to make sure we were still within a good distance of her.  I can't wait to go back next year.

haopee  – (March 26, 2012 at 8:01 AM)  

What better to enjoy one's freedom to graze in a bed of beautiful Bluebonnets.

Good for you, Zoe.

Huggies and Cheese,

Haopee

Bassetmomma  – (March 26, 2012 at 10:21 AM)  

OMG! What a beautiful place! I love that last picture with Zoe in the flowers!

It's a Weinerful Life!!!  – (March 26, 2012 at 1:05 PM)  

Love the pictures!!!! It's soo pretty there. We love the colors of the field. Look like Zoe had a blast roaming around. We wonder if you would be able to see us?!?!?! BOL!!! Also we love the "butt shots" BOLOLOLOL! Have a great one Zoe and Mama. ~Weinerful Gang~

browndogcbr  – (March 26, 2012 at 5:03 PM)  

Hi Y'all!

What a beautiful place!

I'm sure that sign "no swimming" was not referring to us pawed critters!

Y'all come back now,
Hawk aka BrownDog

Bicontinental Dachshund  – (March 27, 2012 at 1:57 AM)  

What a gorgeous place! No swimming??? They don't really mean it, do they?

Alison  – (March 27, 2012 at 3:24 PM)  

Well, its a State Park so yeah they do mean it. But other people that were walking the trail saw her get in and they didn't seem to mind. They were mostly just telling me how much fun she was having and that she was a good looking dog. :)

CJ/Rick  – (April 4, 2012 at 6:55 AM)  

Bluebonnets! You are so lucky.

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Hi, I'm Alison and I have an 1 year old black lab mix named Zoe. She was found wandering around by herself near a highway at just 5 weeks old. While her story begins sad, she has had nothing short of a spoiled, happy and healthy life since coming home with me and my boyfriend.

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