A day at the beach is great until this happens. Xena’s been sleeping a lot lately. I mean A LOT. So I started to wonder if it was a sign of her getting older. She turned 8 early this year after all. ⠀⠀I took her to the beach thinking we will have a nice stroll.
The day when I found out Xena is a cattle dog in disguise. Our hike to Eagle Rock back in March included a couple of unexpected cattle drives. The Kilchers of Alaska The Last Frontier made it look hard, but apparently, all you need is Xena. The cows made a line and followed us for
Here is the last hike from our February Moab trip. After the short but fantastic hike to Corona Arch, we drove to the empty Gold Bar Group Campground nearby to make lunch. The food is always so good after a hike! Since the morning hike was a short one, we decided to check out another
One of the organizations I am happy to support is Guiding Eyes for the Blind. I am so proud of these pups and what this organization accomplishes. It warms my heart to see the trainees and graduates each year. These pups give the blinds self-confidence to go out to the world and live their lives
Before “Corona” was associated with “Stay At Home” and pandemic, we visited this wonderfully dog-friendly place to explore the natural arch. This is the most popular hike in Moab, UT, with or without a dog, because of the dramatic sandstone rock formation, so I highly recommend doing this on a weekday if you want to
I highly recommend doing this hike during cooler months as it is exposed and almost 9 miles long. We did this in February while visiting Moab and we experienced both dry and snow conditions. Be sure to pack plenty of water for you and your pup. This hike begins from the Little Wild Horse Canyon
Hey guys! Looking for us? I know we’ve been very quiet but we are still here. We’ve been busy trying to adjust to the new norm of things due to the current climate like everyone else. Changing a job is a big transition regardless of when it happens but doing it during this crazy time