Weekly Video/Photo

If you regularly follow my blog, and the weekly/video photo I would recommend skipping on to paragraph three, specific to this week’s video/photo.  I have decided to add a weekly video/photo section to my blog.  This blog will display a video or photo, usually highlighting an Adventure, while I might also sneak in some that are humorous, adorable, or just other fun dog moments.

So if you have followed my blog from the beginning you will know that I adopted Shadow as a puppy, and about a year later adopted Buster as a puppy.  We had many wonderful years together before experiencing the devastating loss of Buster at just seven.  It took a long time for our hearts to heal, but almost a year later we welcomed little Wilma into our world.

Today’s feature is a video from a wonderful Adventure that Shadow, Wilma, and I took last summer, to Ripley Falls in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.  Ripley Falls is an absolutely stunning waterfall, tall and gorgeous.  It was so peaceful being there and hearing the singing sounds of the Falls.  In this video I had climbed up a tall rock to take a photograph, so you see Shadow, nor Wilma were pleased at their brief moments of separation.  However after snapping a couple of photographs we returned to the ground and everyone was again pleased!  Definitely a special Adventure that I’ll always remember fondly!

If you are interested in reading more about this spectacular Adventure you can type in Ripley Falls in the “Search Box” on my page.  On a mobile phone you can find this at the very bottom of the page, and on the computer you can find it to the right of the blog.  You might see it in the midst of some outside advertisements.

If you are having a stressful day this will definitely help you relax!  Enjoy!


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