Huckleberry got to go with us because there are no cows to chase there. He had to wear pretty pink flagging tape because I'm paranoid about hunters.
I took a lot of pictures of the beautiful views, but none of them are at all like the real thing. You just don't get that 3D sense of looking down into a huge bowl. I find I really like being up high looking into a valley. Someday maybe I'll live in the mountains.
Joseph thought the dead bachelor's buttons were irresistible.
We saw tons of elderberries. I love elderberries. Mostly because they're beautiful, but I like their unique flavor too. I didn't pick any, but I wouldn't mind going back and getting some to make something with.
Joseph is so handsome! He's especially dashing with my jacket draped around his shoulders. :)
Scout almost made John spit out his water. I can't remember why, but it was funny.
The long, long, descent.
I liked the way the light was hitting Scout on this section of trail.
"Are we there yet?"
The home stretch, with Huckleberry Fluffbutt in the lead.
I love the peace and quiet of the forest.