Tag Archives: dogs
As mentioned in a previous post, Capital Reef is a 1-paw park. Pets are only allowed along roadways, developed areas the picnic area and campground. Even though the park lacks pet friendliness, it is still worth a visit. The Fruita … Continue reading
Something to consider when hiking with your dog is the need to carry twice as much water. A couple of years ago we invested in a hydration pack for our dogs for two reasons. The first reason was to have … Continue reading
Today is the first day of National Park week and I will be posting a photograph each day of a different park which my Danes have visited. This is Scotts Bluff National Monument in western Nebraska. The monument preserves 3000 … Continue reading
Here is my first step into the ebook market. If you have been following this blog you will know that I have a series of posts dealing with traveling with dogs to National Parks. I have taken the 4 best … Continue reading
Just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park is a Utah state park called Red Canyon. The hoodoos aren’t as dramatic as in Bryce but has a similar landscape and the advantage of being dog friendly, as are most, if not … Continue reading
Sorry I’m a couple of days late with these. If you want a smaller version try these: medium and iPad.
I recently spent some time down at dog beach in Del Mar to work on my panning skills. The technique of panning is to track a moving subject with your camera so that the subject is in focus and the … Continue reading
For 2012 I’m going to publish a pet wallpaper image each month. Click on the image for the 1280×853 sized image. If you need a larger one click here or for the iPad version.
This year was the 6th annual event for the Helen Woodward sponsored Surf-A-Thon. The event was scheduled to take place on 9/11 but the blackout on the 8th of most of southern California caused a sewage spill closing the beaches … Continue reading
Congratulations to Buddy for winning the Del Mar Surf Dog competition on Sunday.