It’s my hope many of you have had the chance to have some adventures recently. For me? Here and there, but not as much as I normally would during the summer months. And heck, the summer months have flown by and are almost over.
I’m not two months into puppy life. And it’s hard still at times, and other times very rewarding. Tonight (September 1), she is testing out for her Star Puppy title, so that will be neat and hopefully fun. She’s had adventures, too, because we’ve used some puppy daycare for her. She has friends and that’s good!
Still, I’ve felt restricted. I look long term, though — and I know eventually she will be a great dog and what I seek in a pup. But the road is long, and I’ve had to do things a lot differently.
So, I hope you have all had a lot of adventures. I’ll live through some of them. I did get to do a geocaching day, though, and that was fun. I also plan to doing a few in the fall. A fence is also coming for the yard, so I hope that also helps calm the pup down so I can take her on many adventures with me!
I will be blogging about Harper soon. I have one almost written (it’s long), but it needs some changes. It will come!
Until then, here are my five! Adventures indeed!
You can bet Harper will be part of these challenges when I can. Else there will be a bonus photo or two. But this month, I’ve found she likes nature trails. AND she also found a geocache with me. Mud puddles are a favorite. And she loves to be outside. She bites a bit too much (puppy), but we’ll work on that. And we need to work on normal walks.. cause I need that! As for the one photo, it’s what happens after a full day of fun!
It’s nice to get out to an event and find some caches. Fun times!
5. Covered bridge
I love covered bridges and we stopped at this one on the way to the geocaching event. Loved the early-morning look!
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** CHALLENGE CHANGE **
From this point forward, I am going to do the next theme at the bottom of each linkup. Also, the posting date will now be the first of each month, thus giving you the entire month to take the photos etc.
That means it’s a one-stop shop! Hopefully this helps out with everybody.
So, below is the linkup for June. Make sure you drop your link there. The theme for September is It’s Your World! … Remember to come back on August 1 to link up and check out the theme for that month!
Photo Blogging Challenge: August 2021 results
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Love the shot of the covered bridge. I was expecting shots of Harper and you did not disappoint.
I’m so excited to see more pics of Harper! Puppyhood is an adventure in and of itself! I remember what it took to get Cabo to walk beside me instead of “walking me” so I send you encouraging thoughts. Love the covered bridge with the water and sky backdrop….lovely!
You are one brave guy to embrace life with a puppy! As the Mom of a human baby, I feel like at some point that kid goes to the bathroom by himself, whereas you, well… rain or shine… Congrats though! Harper is super cute, and I really enjoy seeing her pictures on IG!
Has Cameron met her yet?
Love the covered bridge!
Danielle Kempe says
Oh my goodness! Is Harper a retriever?
So photogenic! (And I see photos of dogs daily working in fundraising for a service dog training nonprofit.)
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Mike Davis says
That’s just the cutest dang dog!
Mrs GeoK / Denise says
What a great shot of Harper with the lead rope leading the viewer’s eye right to the main attraction. She’s cute, for sure. And that geocache – someone put a lot of effort and care into that container.
Side note – just wanted to say thanks for assigning themes that encourage everyone to get out for some fresh air and exercise during this seemingly endless pandemic. They’ve been a help to physical and mental wellbeing. 🙂