Saturday, April 10, 2010

Me and my amigo

My canine amigo, Shado, and I hiked yesterday in Amigo Wash.
Hiking in a wash is much more difficult. Very sandy, very rocky.
 And very colorful in oh, so many ways.

10 comments:

giantspeckledchihuahua said...

I like hiking in the washes much better than anywhere else around here! Watch out for snakes and cougar, though. they travel in the washes, too!

Stella said...

Stumblers would be advised to stay on roads, though, I bet. I mean it looks like it could be a painful walk if one weren't careful.

Cheers.
Jo and Stella

altadenahiker said...

You are such a show off!

Pat Tillett said...

Hiking in the wilderness is so rewarding... Having a camera allows you to keep it forever.
nice ones Brenda!

BANJO52 said...

I'm usually a sucker for color, and I like #3 for that. But my favorite is those symmetrical cacti in #2. What good posture. How well behaved they are.

I wonder how you rotate the dogs' turns on the hikes? Or is it always Shado's turn? You've got a lot of critters to please, BrAZ.

Willoughby said...

Beautiful! And so different from the scenery here in the midwest!

Brenda's Arizona said...

Banjomyn, Shado is the hiker. The others are dog park runners. Makes the routine simple.
:-)

BANJO52 said...

My neighbor friend with the young boxer goes to the dog park almost daily, and he swears by it for dog socialization. Never got there when I had dogs.

Thérèse said...

Hiking in a wash is not easy but the pictures are beautiful!

Sam said...

Aren't the ocotillo's pretty this year? There are so many of them in full bloom right now!

Sam