Saturday, October 18, 2008

Woodsy Wilderness

We took the dog and the kids for a walk today along a trail at the border of our county and the next. We hadn't been out there for a looonnnggg time.

Most of the leaves were on the ground by now. Shoulda went a couple of weeks ago.

Hubs held her back so she could get a drink only. If she had her way she would have been in the brook and into a mess. (Which she did the other day when she took off from me. She went into the brook behind the neighbor's place, got totally filthy, and required a bath. I have pictures I'll have to try and remember to post next time. She's nice and soft and smells good -- for now.)

Forever looking to see where Mother is.
No stamina.

She's got even less.

Then we stopped in a little fishing village on the way home.
I took way more pictures, y'know me. I really need new batteries. I think these ones have been recharged to death.

Knitting content next post, I promise. I should have my toe-up, short-row-heel men's vanilla socks finished soon, as well as yet another pair of felted slippers.

Happy knitting!


Blogger Monika said...

Nice pictures! Fall is great. Love the pics with tired pup and son. :o)

7:30 AM  
Blogger Donna M said...

Great pics! I love autumn!
I tried short row heels last night and I JUST CANNOT DO them. Sorry for yelling!

10:49 AM  
Blogger Charity said...

Beautiful photos! One thing we don't have much of here is big rocks in the middle of our paths - or lovely red trees. I guess that's two things! :0)

12:56 PM  
Blogger Dorothy said...

Nice pictures. both son an dog look happy and tired :)
And, no, no cows!
My hubby had a thing in there this last issue about canoeing.

7:38 AM  

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