Some more scenery pics

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  1. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Seeing as everyone was admiring them.

    Wasn't the best day to take photos, the light was dull and awful. Not to mention my camera is majory busted up.

    But here you go. This is Millington in Yorkshire, part of the yorkshire wolds, and the Wolds Way.

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  2. LoveMyKees

    LoveMyKees Love My KEEShond

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    Those are gorgeous, Dizzy. You're so lucky to have that kind of scenery around you!

    Illinois is pretty much just flat fields and corn :D
     
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    Baxter'smybaby swimming upstream

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    just gorgeous.
     
  4. Paige

    Paige Let it be

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    Oh it's so beautiful. British Columbia is beautiful too but in a different way. I'm assuming it gets quite wet there by how lush the grass looks.
     
  5. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Well - it's England - we know what rain is :D

    We have had the wettest summer on record too, I believe... With the flooding and what not.
     
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    Ye lets not ever have a repeat of this year, I love rain but not that much!

    Gorgeous shots of such a beautiful county, not that I'm biased or anything :D.
     
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    Charliesmommy I run with scissors

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    Wish I had some place like that for Charlie to run and explore.
     
  8. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Even when I lived in a city I would catch the bus or train out to the coast or parks.

    There MUST be somewhere you can go!
     
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    Charliesmommy I run with scissors

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    Well, there is a state park nearby, but there are so many deer that it scares me to death that Charlie would chase one and be 1/2 way across the county in no time.
     
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    Beautiful landscape... you captured natures natural beauty. Thanks for sharing.
     
  11. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Lungeline or long lead!

    Bodhi's not much of a chaser tbh. She'll go after bunnies when she's clever enough to spot them... which is occasionally.. but her recall is pretty good :D

    I LOVE the outdoors... I have explored my region in intimate detail. Sure there is more to find though.

    I go everywhere.... And anywhere. If I can walk there, I will!
     
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    Charliesmommy I run with scissors

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    We go places like that on leash, but I wish there was some big open space where he could just run without my having to worry about him taking off. I honestly don't know if he would or not, but I'm too afraid to try.
     
  13. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    I started Bodhi off lead when she was just a tiny puppy.

    It was scary the 1st time - but at that age, she wasn't going to go anywhere except with me.

    Personally, I think the earlier you do it the better for both you and dog.

    I STILL work on recall constantly. She is very good, but I can bet you, if I stopped working on it, she'd stop doing it. I can even call her away from her logs - which is no mean feat!
     
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    You have such beautiful places.
     
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    eddieq Silence! I ban you! Staff Member

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    That's some beautiful scenerey there.

    If I may...

    We visited Bushkill Falls while on vacation this summer. Here is a shot overlooking the Deaware Valley.
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    One of the main waterfalls
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    Right after that, I went to Park City, UT on business
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