We took Tucker for a walk along the Chattahoochee River this morning.
The first part of the journey was abounding with birds – like this Great Blue Heron who came soaring by…
…then skidded to a landing…
…then situated himself for a moment…
…then proceeded to go into hunting mode.
He was very aware of the eager lab watching from the shoreline…
…but didn’t let his presence phase his focus in the least.
After walking the trail for awhile we found a place on the other side of the river that was the perfect spot for a game of fetch.
And do you know what’s better than fetch?
Why, fetch with friends of course!
Bringing toys to share instantly makes you the most popular pup at the park.
There were at least a dozen dogs romping around, but Tucker’s favorite playmate was this ten month old Bernice Mountain Dog named Davos. They were best buds in no time at all!
He was such a handsome dog, but I have to warn you, when Davos shook you were in for a shower!
Sometimes they played with the same fetch stick…
…and sometimes they each had their own.
When all was said and done, Tucker was wet, tired, and extremely happy.
This pooch definitely enjoyed his trip to the Hooch!
18 thoughts on “Pooch at the Hooch”
oh what joy you captured!!!
It was such a fun time!
What fun! Woo.
The best kind of fun!
I love these shots!
I enjoyed both the feathered and the furry friends!
Wow, wow, wow. Incredible blue heron shots. Thanks, Kathy.
The Heron looks great in his breeding plumage.
Most of our birds do tend to start getting their finer feathers in late fall through winter.
Great movement & energy captured! In contrast, the heron can be a master of still contemplation!
So true about the Heron. I have stood still and watched him stand still for long periods of time. His patience usually outlasts mine!
What wonderful moments in time you have captured.
It was great fun!
Absolutely wonderful shots of the adventure, Kathy!
Thanks! It was such an enjoyable morning.
Looks like a fun time.
It was a super fun time!
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