Monday, September 13, 2010

When you take a terrier to the mountains...

... the summit should be a crowning exultation. Admiring crowds should be present to acknowledge and compliment the terrier. He may look oblivious, but he's not.

Though the ruins of the old hotel are likely of more interest to human companions, local history has always been a canine fascination. The terrier appreciates the opportunity to sniff around the crumbling walls.

All dogs love a great view, especially terriers. Not so keen, however, on the centenarian, rickety, visibly-swaying-in-the-wind fire tower.

A courtesy carry down from the fire tower is a generous gesture for tired little dog-legs.

And no hike anywhere should ever go without ample and just reward.


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