I’ll probably post about every ride until the grass goes dry . . . which may not be long.
Yesterday Marion and I crossed the river — well, the sand — and rode on the south bank. We noticed the Panorama bluffs are green for the first time in a couple of years.
Here’s another views, with EZ showing his noble profile in the foreground.
When we got above the beaver pond, Peaches and Xena enjoyed a swim. Which was a good thing — Xena earlier had enjoyed a good wallow in some sticky mud. That’s very unusual for my fastidious little dog.
Here’s Marion getting ready to take photos of her own, while EZ keeps an eye on a Suspicious Person in the bushes. He was a passing walker.
Kitty’s ears said that there was Something Over There.
It was a happy pair of mallard ducks, looking for a good site for a nest.
As we turned back, we spotted a lonely lupine hiding in the grass.
We’re hoping it’ll be the first of many!