Well, well…such a LONG time between posts. My biggest excuse is the flooding here in Southern Alberta and the fact that most of the parks and woods I frequent have been devastated by the flooding. Of course it hasn’t been safe to walk in these areas for awhile (still isn’t in some cases) with all the debris and contaminants flowing through but we’ve had more that a few heavy rains and that has helped. Southland Dog Park in Calgary is far from being repaired enough to walk, such a shame.I was happy to meet Molly and Mark out at the Black Diamond Off Leash area last week. We were out surveying the damage, as were they. Molly is such a sweet, happy girl. She didn’t want to sit still at first to pose for a photo, and who could blame her with all the new smells and changes to be explored at the park. Eventually she sat and was happy to pose with her person, Mark. Click here to meet them both.
I heard about all the rain and seen pictures and videos. I’m glad your ok and hopefully things will be back to normal soon.
Thank you so very much!
My humans and I are so sorry that the results of your flooding still linger. We live in South Louisiana, so we know that recovering from a flood takes lots and lots of time. Your photos and their captions are just perfect!
Thank you so much! Mother Nature is indeed meant to be respected.
Welcome back Sheila. We’ve missed you – but we understand. Molly is absolutely beautiful!!!
Thank you Meagen!!