She likes to run fast, or at least faster than my ISO is ready to capture.
There must be a gopher or a bird or something...
It was a good weekend for us. Saturday was spent running up Garland and then relaxing in Carmel Valley Village and Sunday was spent recovering. All in all a good weekend.
Mas loves hiking. She sticks to the trail most of the time. But only when it's flat. If there's a steep hill next to the trail, she has to check it out. She somehow scales the gill and then, runs (I'd fall) down it. I'm always amazed that she doesn't fall.
Just another day of work. . .
What a happy pup! She just loves to run...even with that wild ear! Love this dog.
How can you not love her energy and her smiley personality?!
puppy! She loves to run!!
Beth: Hey Massey!
Massey: (sounding annoyed and bored) What Mom?
Beth: Do you want to....
Massey: Yes, I'm listening...(internally: Please say it, please say it)
Mom: Go RUNNING??!!!
Chaos ensues as soon as those perked ears hear the "R" word leave my mouth.
That's right, three (yes that's three) runs in two days!!!
We liked the lupines...we thought they were gorgeous. But, Massey, she may have enjoyed them more. Or maybe she just enjoyed running around at full speed for 2 straight hours. Tough to tell.
Drink in Hand: 2010 Montoya Merlot
We've made a mistake recently. It's actually tragic. There is a field full of lupines very near here that we have yet to photograph with proper cameras. Although the old saying goes that the best camera is the one you have on you, it would be nice to get a few photographs with something other than an iPhone. I mean, they are okay, but we could do better...we should do better. Perhaps this weekend we can sneak away (about a mile from here) and capture some of the magic. For now, enjoy the Instas!
Another Monday, another Massey run at Ft. Ord. Just an out and back near Anza. Again, there wasn't much time for a full run. Instead it was just me with the camera and the Mas chasing the birds! Good times!
Most times we (sometimes this is me and Massey or me, the Mas, and Beth) go for fairly long runs...somewhere in the neighborhood of 5-miles-ish. But, not this time. Massey and I had no time for a standard run. Instead, I somehow found time to sneak away from work with some sunlight left. Beth had left her in the backyard for the afternoon and I rushed home, came in through the front door, grabbed a camera, and the Mas. Off to the Fort Ord trails. She knew that time was fleeting and "awwowoww'd" the entire 5 minute drive to the trailhead. Once there, off she went. I think we only went (I walked, she sprinted) about a mile or so up the trail (about 20 min). These are all the shots from the short hike. Who could not go out with the Mas and just be happy. I think she's smiling in every shot!
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With everything that is horrible in this world, it's so nice to see a happy Massey! Pure joy. . . makes you feel better (or at least, it makes me feel better).
I swear she has a smile on her face when she's at full speed.
Massey loves her runs at the beach.