(WARNING: This is a long post. BUT as SHE took 68 photos, it is relatively short!)
The other morning when we got to OUR beach, someone was there. So we went to the other side. Actually it is the same side, but the other side of the bridge.
It's not as much fun as OUR beach--no sand; but still there is water to paddle in, room to run AND great smells.
|SHE included this picture because SHE liked it.|
There were lots of feathers--looks like someone plucked something.
We chased grasshoppers.
Got in some chasies--that's me chasing Bella.
Bella (left) and Kendra sniffed around a campfire to see if there was anything to eat.
When it was time to leave, Bella and I raced over to OUR beach to see what that stranger was doing.
We were very interested. (Luckily he didn't mind.)
He was just pulling this thing out of the water. We'd never seen one before, so we were VERY interested.
We had a closer look. It was flopping around.
It was a European Carp--a feral fish here. No one eats them. but they take them out of the river because they ruin it for the native fish. Bella followed to see where the fish was going.
Bella nosed around them for awhile until SHE thought Bella would try some sushi.
Then we did have to leave.
We didn't know those things were in the river!