Wide open spaces, lots of critters to chase, leftover snow from this winter - dogs dig Alaska!
When I turned onto the Stewart-Cassiar Highway in north-central British Columbia, I saw my first brown bear ever in the wild. It was young, probably one to two years old. It quickly rambled across the road and into the woods when it saw me coming. I also saw four good-sized black bears along the route. … Continue reading
Does being outdoors make you feel this good too? This energetic pup is Charlie, who after being abandoned by his first owners sat in an animal shelter for eight months. He’s a very big Chesapeake Bay Retriever with boundless energy. While in captivity he lost weight and looked sickly. Then my friend Jim rescued him … Continue reading
In July 2010 we summited the peaks of Grays and Torrey’s (elevation 14,270 feet) on the Continental Divide in Summit County, Colo., and chilled for a bit with the local residents.
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