Cape Flattery

May 24, 2018  •  3 Comments

After a seriously LONG drive (140 miles took almost 5 hours - that is how slow and curvy the roads are) we made it to the Cape only to see that it was a 3/4 mile hike to  the tip.   I didn't want to leave the poodles in the back of the truck as it was so busy there and dogs were allowed on the trail.  So on with their harnesses and the waist leash as I also had my camera and an extra lens to haul.   Oh and some dog cookies.   I was really thrilled how well behaved the poodles were and got many comments on their behavior.  I also was glad I had at least ONE (Sterling the good child) that could remember what "behind" means as we traversed these board walks that were single lane.

The tip is pretty (gray again but at least the fog lifted enough to see things) and I am happy to report we made it in one piece.  Sterling had to be dragged back up the last 1/2 mile of the hill but he survived as well.

I apologize if these photos all look dark, as I view them on my big monitor (I am still editing and figuring out my laptop) it appears to me they are too dark.  I'll have to adjust how I'm doing that on my laptop!  In fairness, it was pretty dark gray but not THIS dark gray!  

 

Not the best shot of the poodles but still proof they were with  me - haha!


Comments

Far Side(non-registered)
The boys look patient and handsome! Moody photos but I liked them:)
Sue(non-registered)
"behind".....I haven't taught Lewis that one yet but I can see that it has it's value!
Barb(non-registered)
It sounds like an adventure, including the drive! I like the moody photos. The pups look quite innocent - such good companions!
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