hi every bloggie!
Fall balls has arrived!
Get your leaf peepers on because do I have some
beautiful fotos to show woo.
okay we'll start with moi!
sporting my autumn bandana collection.
Now ready? Last weekend it was an unbelievabley
hot day. It was 89F here in Masterchewsitts.
So I had to hit a trail that had swimming.
Yeppers we went to the Hop Brook Marsh Conservation Land
which is also connected to the Sudbury Memorial Forest trail
See leaf peepers! Pops of colorful fall foliage!
woo might remember I've been here a few times.
And the trail goes along an abandoned railroad track.
To get to part of the trail, woo have to walk on the
scary see-thru railroad track bridge.
Underneath is the river. Woo can see thru the tracks.
Ready.... eeeeee oouwzer!
Tula doesn't go on the trails
so FAD goes with us. Some day Tula.
See how pretty it is....
whoops forgot something.
I swam like a fishies.
Yeppers the sunbeams couldn't keep up with me.
I was having fun catching those stick fishes.
Until FAD wanted to take my stick fishies.
Rot roh. The teacher came out.
I got a good talkin' too.
Luckily my attention span is 5 seconds and
I forgot about it. Now where's that stick fish.
Umm... I don't droolies much but look close.
I have a nice stringer hanging. Cool huh?
Back at another pool.
I'm ready for action. Usually I see black snakes to catch around here.
awww.. a reflecting moment.
Yup. Fall balls does me happy!
Okay peepers.. pack'em up until next time.
What beautiful pictures! I like the last one the best - the colors are amazing and that is one handsome Norwood ;)ReplyDelete
You had a beautiful fall hike! I think it's officially too cold here to get in the water until next year, though. You have some amazing color there!ReplyDelete
Nice job getting over that bridge. I suspect it is not a TM appropriate kind of structure. No Way! Pea is all cracker over long walkies during this weather as well. Me? I am enjoying the combined pleasure of a good bake AND a nommy bone. Life is good.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your leaf peepin, Norwood! We miss the fall fun (not the winter!)ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures. Looks a bit warmer that here as well :-)ReplyDelete
What a fun walk and SWIM! Gorgeous pics and cool videos, Norwood!ReplyDelete
The Road Dogs
Your autumn colors are just gorgeous, Norwood! We sure wish we could be off-leash like you are!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
Wow, what a pawesome place for a walkie and swimmie! That RR bridge is cool and your pool is beautiful. Nice bandana. I gotta know: Do you really catch snakes?!?!? Seriously, I gotta hear about that!!!!
Grr and Woof,
What a great place to cool down after it got so hot last week!ReplyDelete
EEK...you see snakes? Eww!ReplyDelete
Good thing you know where to walk on that board and don't fall through.
Like your new Halloween bandanna. :)
what a beautiful hike and swimReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
Our Dad was in MA last weekend and he told us how warm it was. He was in Western MA and said the colors weren't that great yet. You sure have some beautiful ones there.ReplyDelete
Hope to see Tula along with you soon. You two make a great team.
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
Wow, You too are very adventurous, Your place was so beautiful and very relaxing! I want to swim in the lake too!ReplyDelete
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Those stick fishes are feisty ones! :DReplyDelete
Looks like a lot of pawsome fun!
Hi Norwood, what a great walk. Lots of pretty leaves. Mum being the big scardy cat she is didn't like the idea of walking over the traintrack over the river. We love the bandana too, handsome. No worries, and love, Stella and RoryReplyDelete
Fall colours are most beautiful your side of the world Nordude... love the last picture a lots :) Urmm... you do swim like them fishies.. hehheheheheeReplyDelete
Beautiful fall photos, and a handsome boy as always.ReplyDelete
I love watchin' as you enjoy the Fallballs. This time of year is perfect in my book, not too hotballs like summer can be but still warm enough to take a dip. Mom thinks you swim silly 'cuz you got your tail outta the water. It's got me wonderin' too how you make such nice tight turns if'n you don't use your tail as a rudder and instead use it like a flag.ReplyDelete
Every time I see the cool trailballs you got in Master Chew Sits, I wish it was a whole lot closer so's we could investigate them together.
Woofs and trailin' slobbers,