Month: May 2017
Massasoit, on higher ground, looking out towards the ocean.
I went for a long walk on Sunday morning. The weather was so beautiful.
In Flanders fields the poppies blowBetween the crosses, row on row,That mark our place; and in the skyThe larks, still bravely singing, flyScarce heard amid the guns below….
From the look on these dogs faces it was a very successful event!
The first time through the course this Doberman didn’t want to go through the tunnel but second was the charm. All the dogs did such a great job…
After doing such a great job at the obstacle course you get a big hug!
This one looked like a little kid sliding through the tube.
I don’t think of pugs as being very agile but this one did an amazing job! Bark in the Park: Obstacle Course from JETeye on Vimeo.
This puppy was adorable! Very excited to see every dog there and even the people.
A little stretching during the activities.
This was one happy dog!
Just look at how much this puppy loves his daddy.
Just like with kids, it always takes a few photos before you get one where they are all looking at the camera (if you are lucky)!
It’s wonderful that they make these wheel chairs for dogs. She was able to walk really well and she was very happy.
The dog on the left is the one from yesterday’s post. I think she may be trying to pickup a friend to take home.
This beauty seems to have driven herself to the Bark in the Park Festival!
The one bike ride I decided to leave my “good” camera at home and I arrive at Nelson Park to discover that Bark in the Park Festival is…
I think this spider also enjoyed the botanical gardens.
In the Dessert area some peacefulness could be found.
I’m assuming there are some babies in that nest as this Osprey was being very protective of it.
While at the Marie Selby Botanical Garden you have a perfect view to watch the Pelicans fish.
We started off in the Rainforest (Tropical Conservatory) and made our way to the Dessert (Succulent Garden).
Just a few of the pretty flowers at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.