Imagine some of the things I love most in this life, a beautiful colorful sky after the sunset, the beauty of the snow covering the top of the mountains which are located in the desert - yeah, it seems unbelievable and crazy, but it’s not - and a chilly fresh air on my face 😍. Now, imagine how grateful I was to see at Littlerock those small BIG things that put a huge smile on my heart and face. Hope you can feel the same inner peace and happiness I’ve felt there wherever you go today. Cheers! 🤩
Today was the first ever time my adopted dogs got to experience snow ❄️! They both come from the California desert and not great home lives before, so I can say with quite some certainty, they’ve never seen snow before.
Nama has officially found her wild side. This dog is DEFINITELY a wild child who has no need to be confined or tethered any more. No longer life’s victim, she romped through the snow like a gazelle (leashed), hunted for wildlife and lead the entire pack up the mountain. Which is usually Laker’s job.
Laker was slow and deliberate, his T. rex legs not quite reaching the ground as the snow broke beneath him. This was new for him and outside of his usual ornery-enabling comfort zone. He stuck close by to me and was the last one up the mountain. To deflect from the fact he wasn’t leader, he would just sit and eat the snow. If ya can’t beat it, eat it as they say?
Today they flipped roles and I think found a little more of the possibility of who they are. That they can be free from what they believe they are. It may be uncomfortable and you may eat a lot of snow, but it’s possible for you too.
Today was a beautiful 50 degree F day in the Los Angeles Mountains. We went to the beach and experienced snow all in the same day! Damn we’re lucky dogs! #luckydogs
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Millard Canyon Falls is pretty active since we finally received some decent rain this week. Due to the government shutdown, you can only access the trail from the Sunset Ridge trail. The 5 mile(ish) hike is mostly covered with breathtaking views of the mountains, valley, downtown, and the ocean (photo to come).
here’s a video to cheer y’all up on these cold rainy days! my first adventure in the snow!
Hike or die, that's my motto.