Being a trail mutt is all about camping and hiking! This is the second day as we hike northeast along the shore.
|The 2-leggeds consulted the map before we headed out|
for Indian Camp Creek.
|Bye-bye, Lake Agnes chippys.|
|I wonder if we'll see any friendly hikers today?|
|I sure didn't see no caribou on the trail...|
|Sandy reads a sign for me since I can't read.|
I guess any squirrels I catch will be
|Up we climb.|
|The 2-leggeds enjoyed the view of Caribou Lake|
from the top. I enjoyed the scratching.
|Do I need to show them where to go again??|
|I'll let Arly lead for now.|
|Dave, this is a great water hole!|
|Jonvick Creek beaver dam|
|This wiggly boardwalk made me nervous!|
|We took a break at a snowmobile trail shelter.|
|Down we go.|
|Arly removed my pack so I could take a cool dip.|
|I do recommend Spruce Creek!|
|Me and Uncle Dave hung together for a while.|
|Finally, we spied the Big Lake.|
|The descent to camp|
|Finally! Indian Camp Creek.|
|This was another nice camp spot.|
|This creek is good for cooling, drinking...|
|...and washing your paws off.|
|We had such a nice hike today.|
|I wonder if Dave knows how hungry I am?|
|Arly was glad to get his favorite "Dinty Moore"|
(actually home made, dehydrated stew)
|I don't think he sees me.|
|Since Dave didn't share his vittles, I had to go catch a mouse to eat.|
Although, I only did play with it.
I wonder what adventures tomorrow will bring?