Monday, July 12, 2010

Puppy Abuse

Hey Roo!

I don't know what I did to deserve this kind of abuse. I mean really, I'm being loaded up like a pack mule here.
huMom used to carry everything. Our water, our treats, our water bowl... but she says now that's it's so hot that she can't carry enough water for all of us so I have to chip in.

Why me? Do you see Maebe carrying a pack? No, I don't see her with a pack either.

This was not an easy hike. We did the first mile of Ice Box Canyon up at Red Rock on Monday.  See how rocky it is? It was hot too. At our first water stop, we drank half of the water I was carrying. So huMom said we had to turn around.
Thankfully, we got back to the HUV and huMom took that blasted pack off. We didn't see any critters on the trail, but check out this guy we saw from the HUV as we were driving through the Red Rock Loop!

He was standing right next to the road. All huMom had to do was pull over and open the passenger-side window to take the pic!
Don't woo think Maebe should get her own pack too? After all, why should I suffer alone?
Woooo woo rar rar rar... Kayla

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Trail Canyon Trail - Mt. Charleston

Hey Hey, it's Maebe Baebe! 

We are catching up on our hiking adventures. We hiked the Trail Canyon trail a couple weekends ago up at Mt. Charleston. Unfortunately the hike was cut short since huMom's new shoes gave her blisters on her heel. She should just go barefoot like us!!

The Big Man came with us this time!
It was a pretty hot day!
Kayla back in the HUV
We didn't see any critters this time. But we did see these giant dogs that the humans call horses! 

So that's my story, woo a'tcha later! Maebe

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Bristlecone Trail Hiking Adventure

Hey Roo!

Happy 4th of July everywoo!  We hope woo aren't too bothered by the fireworks. I don't like them, especially when the dumb humans are shooting them off while I'm trying to enjoy my walk. It just makes me want to go back home.

Anywoo, we have hiking pics to share with woo! We finally got our huMom to edit our Bristlecone Trail pics. It was a 6 mile hike that took us just over 2 hours. The first part was pretty steep, but the rest was either flat or downhill so we were able to cover enough ground before it got dark.

Hey Maebe, Woo Ready to Go? MMMMHMMMM!
 Burned Tree
Can Woo see the deer?
 Maebe on the Trail

What's that?
Hey Look, a Coyote!!
 Trailhead at end of hike
HuMom was a bit disappointed that some of the pics turned out blurry. Oh well, what can woo do? 

See ya later! Woooo woo rar rar rar... Kayla