March 23, 2019

Heidi Walks Back To Back Days

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No ... I have no idea where Heidi's sudden burst of energy or motivation has come from. For the first time in eight years she as walked the half mild path through the field two days in a row. These are before and between the college basketball games.

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16 comments:

  1. Arrowhead GrammaMarch 23, 2019 4:21 PM

    Loved all of the photos and especially the ones of the two of them together! Some real keepers tonight.

    I think Heidi has finished her winter hibernation.

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  2. Arrowhead GrammaMarch 23, 2019 4:23 PM

    Heidi has finished her winter hibernation.

    Lovely photos and especially like the ones of the two of them together. Some real keepers!

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  3. The pictures.. are so beautiful. Miss my little bud

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  4. They look so cute together....does Stella try to keep pace with Heidi when she joins her and share sniffs?

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  5. Thank you. Check back through the older links, there are a lot of pictures to look at, different weather, different times of year.

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  6. I think she had officially declared that spring is here.

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  7. I didn't edit any of these today on this post ... uploaded them as I shot them.

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  8. No she doesn't. They are both independent which is strange to me. That is unlike any hound I have had in 30 years. They live together, sleep together but don't do things together. Strange.

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  9. I guess your latest diet agrees with Heidi

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  10. It might be but it's not with me. I can't eat wheat and some grains. Legumes send me over the edge with indigestion, the main source of protein. Where's that cheeseburger. :)

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  11. That is weird! So the pictures of them walking side by side are fleeting!

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  12. Yes, pure chance. Almost every one is just catching them as one is passing the other and once they pass the other they don't stop ... they have the lead. :)

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  13. When we had our great pyrenees Molly , Lilly would always follow her or barge in if she was sniffing something...I though it was just the hound in her not wanting to miss anything good!

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  14. I have had a lot of hounds like that and that is one reason I think it's strange how these two show no interest in what the other does ... even when they eat. I guess they are not "team players" ... just totally independent.

    I just thought of something ... both of them were "rescues". Even though they are just hounds to me like all the others.

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  15. Must be something in their past taught them to be self sufficient so to speak ...

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