Isn't it nice to get out of the concrete jungle into the "green jungle"??? I hate the concrete jungle anymore and why I finally moved, built, and live in a area of the heaviest wooded remostest part of Indiana and look forward to the drive home now each and every day,,and as I pull into the drive way,,feel a smile on my face with every thought of work and the concrete jungle wiped totally away from my mind and body. think I will go out and build a fire in the fire pit!
Looks like a perfect night, jealous that you have a four-legged friend to help you carry some gear!
It is a very alert, active sheep, with a stylish, lively carriage.
I tour & bike camp with a Mark Nobilette built Protovelo, and ride a bunch of others. Have any bike questions?
Camping pics on Flickr
That looks like a great place to camp. I need to get out again soon.
Sticking feathers up your butt does not make you a chicken!
Looks like a really good night out in the woods. Don't have a dog but your report make me wanna get one :-)
Those stone fire pit chairs are AWESOME!
Great report and awesome pics! Thanks for sharing.
Looks like your pooch was having a blast too...and likes getting her picture taken.
Some of the things people used to say/ask about my dogs (was a K9 handler for 12 years) would blow my mind. A couple of my favorites:
Lady: "Do you guys get them hooked on drugs to teach them how to find them?"
Me: "Yes, ma'am, we do. But this is an explosive detector dog so we had to put a block of C4 us his @$$ to get him to find bombs."
Guy in a parking garage....as I am looking at him...while I'm wearing a suit and tie, jacket off, pistol exposed: "Is that your seeing-eye dog?"
Me: "Yes, Sir, it is."
Guy: "How did you lose your sight?"
Me: "Born this way.....say, friend, can you help me find my car?"
Guy: "Sure, what kind is it and what color?"
Thanks again for sharing your report and pics!