Thursday, September 27, 2012

Morning Walk

 We thought we'd take you on one of our morning walks.  We have several.

When we come down our driveway, we turn left and walk to the end of our street......
 Then through the walkway.

 To the reserve and turn left again.  If we go straight, we go to the hockey fields.
 But we usually turn right. And walk up between backyards on the right and the high school on the left.
 Roxy and Bella manage to have some wild fights.
 We look at the chickens in the Ag Plot--agriculture is one of the subjects in most Australian Schools, especially here in the country.
 We continue walking.  Here Roxy is looking for....
 the sheep....  
Sometimes they come over to the fence, but Roxy's bouncing frightens them away.
 When we get to the end of this bit..we wait to have our leads put on again.  (And we get a treat.)
Bella            Roxy        Daisy
 Next, we head through the new housing area.
 And turn right, making sure to check all the drains for cats.
 Down the street that is parallel to ours...
back through the reserve from the other end....

 Through the walk area and back up our street.
 Until we get to our house.
Daisy and Bella
This walk takes about 45 minutes.  There are several places where we can 'add on' another section and make the walk longer.


  1. Looks like a great walk! I missed mine this evening, sudden storm.

  2. That is a fine walk girls...... especially the "off-lead" bit!!

    Tail Wuggles, Rubie xxx

  3. That is a nice walk route! I (and Mom) would've love that.
    *Mom, please book me a ticket to Down Under!*


  4. What a nice walkie!! I love that route! Hope you get some good treats afterward!

  5. Great walk with chickens and sheep and checking out for cats. Nice one! Have a terrific Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

  6. What a great walk! I think it is so cool that your high school's have Ag Plots! What a great idea! :)

  7. WOW, it looks so cool, your own private places!

    Your Furends
    Susie & Bites

    Pees; Yeap you just got to wait till Saturday, so's keep your pants on!

  8. Wow, what a fun territory you have! Love your walkie route. You get to see houses, trees, roads, chickens, sheep...wooo! I sure wish I could roam around your area with you. We'd have tons of fun!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

  9. now that is a good walk....good for you three and good for your Mom....thank you for sharing

  10. What a great neighborhood to walk in!

    -Bart and Ruby

  11. You don't stop at the high school? I bet you could get a lot of good junk food to eat if you begged the students properly.

  12. That was a great walk. Mommy has no sense of direction -- so we would have been totally lost on your walk. Glad you guys know where you were going.

  13. Looks like a wonderful walk........that is one thing mom misses...being able to go for long walks. For some reason here in the USA not many places have foot paths!

  14. I am your new blog pal. I hope the other two won't be jealous but Roxy really really has quite a face!!!!! All three of you are very very cute.

    I'll be back,

  15. OH! I LOVE LOVE LOVE long walks. That's so nice yours are 45 min!


  16. OH WOW!!! Where do we even begin!? First off those are pawsome leads you have there - they are loooooooong! Then the fact that you have so much room and so many options for your walks and finally, you get to play off lead out in the open - that is just the coolest!!
    Green with envy,
    Wally & Sammy

  17. What a great walk right out your front door.


  18. What a beautiful walk you girls have! The best part is that you get to go off-leash! We wish we could.

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

  19. What an awesome morning walk you all get! :-D Chickens and sheep and cats? Wow! Have some good sniffs everyone!

  20. That looks like a great walk with a big variety of sniffs. We think Roxy would like to chase some of those farm animals.
    Morgan, Sebastian and the Porties

  21. That looks like a great walk with a big variety of sniffs. We think Roxy would like to chase some of those farm animals.
    Morgan, Sebastian and the Porties

  22. Wow... What a spectacular walk ... Chickens Sheep and a couple of FIGHTS... THAT would ALL be super fun stuffs. Thanks fur takin us with you. You live in a very pretty area. VERY nice Houses.

  23. There's a lot to see on your walk, and I love the sidewalk where the new homes are being built--don't see anything like that here! :-)

  24. I loved this - it felt like we got to walk along with you!

    Lots of interesting things to see on your walk!

  25. We really enjoyed walking with you. You guys sure are good with directions
    Benny & Lily

  26. Thanks for taking us on your walk with you! I wish I was there so I could hold your paw, Bella.

    Nubbin wiggles,

  27. Oh Lassies that was so interesting seeing your hood. I wish more bloggers would show their hood. I have a sidewalk to the school two streets over at the top of my street. I will have to do this type of post.
    Yes I will probably be a Sot till the C key stops sticking.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Sot

  28. Howdy Girls, grreat walk. Looks like heaps of interesting things to see and smell. Our brother's school has Ag too. Sadly we aren't close enough to visit their animals. Thanks for taking us on your walk mates. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

  29. You are all so lucky! Such a nice walk! :D
    Beautiful photos!

    André Moreiras
    Passos Caninos

  30. What a cool place to take a walk. Looks like 87 tons of fun!!

    Jazzi and Addi

  31. That is a great walk. We get to meet donkeys on our walk, but we sure would love to see those sheep. Now that it is cooler, we get to walk twice a day most days. Mom gets four walks out of it, because she takes us two at a time. It takes about 45 min. for two walks, so we are making sure she is getting plenty of exercise. We love our walks, just like you do.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  32. It was fun going on your walk with you! What a pretty area!

  33. That is a lovely walk with wonderful commentary.

    Loveys Sasha

  34. What a fine walk - I feel I was there myself. It is an important role for us pups to make sure that our humans get to know every single inch of the neighbourhood in which they live.
    Toodle pip!

  35. Your walk has lots to was so nice to join you :-)