Bear always leads the way!
Sky rockets in flight. Afternoon delight. Afternoon delight. Great picture. Bear looks like the king of the path there.
I love these pathway pictures the best, I think.
miss walking with big trees aroundam surrounded w tall buildings here!
I'm always amazed how familiar your surroundings look to me. It's so far away (I'm living in the middle of Germany) and seems to have quite a similar landscape and vegetation.
This looks like a great walk! And good company, too.
Right away "The Road less Traveled" came to mind. Wonderful shot!
Hi Clare,You're absolutely right. In stockdog circles, he's what you call a 'header'--he's always in front. Too bad the sheep don't quite understand him. He thinks he just needs to jump up in one or two of their faces, run ahead, and they'll all follow happily behind him. Riiight. : )Hi Punky,Oh I used to love that song. Bear is the king of the path! And you can't keep him out of the picture. : )Hi Alisha,Not a bad place for a daily walk, eh? : )Hi Sha,Back to Britain! : )Hi Dorit,That's really interesting.Hi Jill,Yes on both accounts.Hi 3Wishes,Thanks. It's definitely not a well traveled road--which is part of why I love walking along it. That and the fact that every single day I see something new up there.
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