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Trip Report Kearsarge to Shepherd Pass

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Re: Trip Report Kearsarge to Shepherd Pass

Postby rlown » Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:28 pm

Very nice photos of dogs at play.. thanks for sharing them.. If you have more, post them..

Sam was like Branch.. Jumped in at will. Bubba, sank like a stone. He was rescued twice.. Even once when I saw Samantha using her hips to push him into the deep end.



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Re: Trip Report Kearsarge to Shepherd Pass

Postby CAchief » Wed Jun 21, 2017 9:43 pm

rlown wrote:Very nice photos of dogs at play.. thanks for sharing them.. If you have more, post them..

Sam was like Branch.. Jumped in at will. Bubba, sank like a stone. He was rescued twice.. Even once when I saw Samantha using her hips to push him into the deep end.


I think we'll have to start a new thread for this one!

Branch won't swim in the ocean but will fetch if he wants to in the lakes. If I swim in the lakes, he usually follows. That picture was after hiking all day... very refreshing!!


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Re: Trip Report Kearsarge to Shepherd Pass

Postby Vaca Russ » Sat Jun 24, 2017 7:44 am

Harlen,

Thanks for a truly great report! My town has leash laws. On the very few and rare occasions when a person comments about my leash free dogs, I introduce the concerned citizen to my two, very well behaved dogs, "Rosa" and "Parks".

There are way, way too many laws. ](*,)

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