Monday, March 17, 2008

A walk around the lake... Selma, Oregon




I took a nice walk yesterday with Wenzel and Waldo.

Waldo proved to be a champ off-leash, ready at a moments notice to tuck himself up against my leg when called (when I hear a car coming down the road, for example, or when the temptation to chase geese is just too strong...)

These are some of the pictures I took while getting some exercise.


I admit, I was panting when I took some of them .

Especially the last one...










11 comments:

Mushy said...

Super nice photos man...all of them...even the Ho sign!

Stucco said...

Wouldn't that make it a "trampground"? Heh> I need to get Schmoopie to get busy on the hat stuff.

Bob said...

what a great place to spend time. absolutely beautiful.

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Dogbait said...

A very nice spot you live in.

You definitely need a HP Photosmart printer to enhance those lovely photos!

Billy said...

Mountains are worthy of Ansel Adams. Really nice!

citizen of the world said...

Beautiful. I especially like the snowy mountains int he background.

citizen of the world said...

Beautiful. I especially like the snowy mountains int he background.

Shrinky said...

Scott, you live in such a beautiful place, these photo's are truly awesome. I especially loved the one on overlooking the lake with your dog in profile. Wonderful.

Sweeti said...

Hmmm, you have ho's in your campgrounds? lol. No wonder men love to go camping. ;)
What could that have possibly meant to say? Really?

My Daughter in law is agreeing with you on the alcohol thing, I think she just wants to see me a little spiked just once. Funny how she would find it humorous, my luck I'd get the spins and that would lead to well you know...and owww, that would hurt worse. But, I guess that's where the muscle relaxer would kick in. Anyway, I'm feeling a little better today thank's.

Cheesy said...

What a lovely shot of your gurlie! I miss her!