Saturday, May 19, 2012

Fire Road by Snowden's Run

In our attempt to walk the entire length of the fire road around Liberty Reservoir, we hiked the section around Snowden's run, a stream connecting to the North Branch of the Patapsco River. We parked by Lakeview Cemetery and worked our way down to the fire road.

It was strange to walk underneath the Liberty bridge that we cross over so often on our way in and out of our neighborhood. It looked a lot different looking from the bottom up!

We had to fjord the water at Snowdon's Run. It was Coda's first experience going wading. I think she may have liked it. She likes everything about going for a walk!

It was such a beautiful day that we had a picnic in our backyard when we got home. I've always wanted to have a picnic under the overhanging branches in the southwest corner of our lot. Now that Ed has cleaned up a lot of the dead wood back there it is really beautiful.

Just as we were getting ready to clean up, the horses moseyed on over to see what was cookin'. Only grass, for them, but they seemed to love it! Bali even let Ed pet her before she got back to grazing. Coda loved it all. She got to relax outside with us, and also was able to chase every truck that passed by. It was a perfect day for a dog!

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