Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Time for adventuring to begin

It is getting warm enough that we can do some adventuring and the first coarse of action is to do my 'after winter' check on all MY parks. Today we headed off to my small walkway in the tree tops park. Even though this is a small park it has a wonderful trail through the woods and hardly anyone ever goes there so we can use our 'invisible' leashes. As you can see the trees are starting to get their green leaves and the grass is starting to turn green too - all of which makes Mom so happy. We are just happy that there are lots of wonderful smells. The fourth picture shows the look out - we have often climbed to the top to check out the view but there is not much to see except for rice paddies for miles and miles (we are in a big rice growing area and this area is home to Riceland rice)


  1. Looks like a fun place to explore. Hope winter did not harm to it!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  2. Amazing! We're still waiting for things to green up around here.

  3. I luffs the walkies with the invisible leashes, theys the bestest!
    It does look like spring is definitely sprunging where you are
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  4. Hi there, What a wonderful place to explore and off leash as well. I hope you don't have to worry about ticks. Thanks for sharing this wonderland with us.
    Noreen & Hunter

  5. Nothing like a good bit of exploring and you'll have plenty of that when you move.
    Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  6. You boys are gonna MISS these beautiful Walkie Places when you move to Sunshiny Florida. SO will WE.

  7. Looks like a wonderful day! I'm going to miss the tree top park when you move :)

  8. Well Reilly and Denny I found your post very interesting because I did not know the United States produced so much rice. I googled it to find out that six states produce rice Arkansas topped the list. Thank goodness the States still produce stuff. I always though it was a great thing when sugarcane production expanded significantly when the United States ceased importing sugar from Cuba in 1960. Lee's grandmother owned a hundred sixty six acre farm and they always watched production rates. My Lee is babbling on.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

  9. Store up those memories....

    We think rice fields would be interesting to look at.....for a few minutes.

  10. We were thinking the same thing as Frankie! But we are sure there are beautiful places in Florida too
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  11. Mom used to jog around the rice paddies in Japan on her layovers. She loved watching the people working in them as it was like something not real.

  12. Wow, what a beautiful place for a walkie! Spring is such a wonderful time and I love it when things start turning green like that. When it stops raining here I'll be bugging my peeps for more walkies too.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

  13. guys had a great day for that.....we been tied down or we might have been blown to Kansas!

    The Mad Scots

  14. How we wish we could find some of those invisible leashes:)

    Great day for a walk, and we bet your Mom enjoyed the break from all the moving preparations.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

    1. Ditto. We want those invisible leashes. Our oldest dog Rin doesn't know how to come back when she gets free from the leash. How I wish I could trust her like how your mom trusts you.

  15. What a beautiful day you had for adventuring, Reilly and Denny!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

  16. it's great to see that your park looks fresh and green and brandnew now after that boring winter :o)
    easy rider

  17. Wow, does that look like a pretty place to explore! Thanks for taking us with you!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher


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