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Winter walks with Biscuit!

This past weekend the weather was gorgeous in the Baltimore – Washington, D.C. area.  The temperatures were in the 50s, very warm, considering it is January!  Doug and I wanted to take Biscuit out for some excursions since the weather was so nice outside, especially since during the winter months Biscuit cannot go to as many places with us due to the cooler weather.  We first tried taking Biscuit to a couple of local dog parks, as we thought it might be fun for Biscuit.  However, it did not go over well.  We learned that Biscuit cannot be swarmed by other dogs, that it is too much for him to take.  (Biscuit flashed his teeth when other dogs at the park got too close to him, in his space, letting us know that it was time to go!)  So, our plan B included taking Biscuit on a couple of long walks, and that worked much better!  Biscuit had a great time!

A few photographs from our walks this past weekend are shown below!  Enjoy!

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Do you see our little family of three in shadow in the image above?

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Anonymous #


    January 21, 2013
  2. Lisa #

    Wonderful pictures! I can smell the fresh air when I look at the pictures. You know that smell when someone just came from the out of doors and smell so clean and fresh

    January 21, 2013
  3. Anonymous #

    Carol L. Absolutely great pictures of my doggy friend!!

    January 22, 2013
  4. maggi #

    Biscuit is one of the most. photogenic. dogs. ever.

    January 25, 2013

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