Maggie Climbs The Mountain at Windy Hill

Maggie’s pawsability thought for the day:

“Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.”

John Muir

Maggie at the top of Windy Hill

One of Maggie’s views from the top of Windy Hill

  While I was in Utah working Maggie was back in California. She went for a 5.5 mile mountain hike at Windy Hill Preserve. At the top of the trail there are 360 degree views from San Jose to San Francisco. Maggie used her Gulpy water dispenser to pack in water for the trip. Hikers admired her cleverness in bringing this container. Maggie, being the social girl she is mingled with folks along the trail while hiking. She shared her happy good nature. It was a hot day. Maggie’s tongue was to the ground. It’s amazing how long English Springer Spaniel’s tongues can reach. Although Maggie was carefully checked for ticks after the walk, she did bring home one little wondering tick. It was removed immediately. One warning she has to other dog owners is stay on the trail away from the trees and get checked for ticks after hiking. Maggie loved her long hot hike. Her spirit was washed clear away as she enjoyed the beautiful day with her family back home. At the end of the day Maggie stayed in one spot exhausted. She remained content her happy heart was filled with nature’s memories. I give special thanks to the family back home for taking Maggie on a hike at Windy Hill Preserve. Maggie loved it. Woof Woof

Maggie at the end of the day of hiking

5 comments to Maggie Climbs The Mountain at Windy Hill

  • Animalcouriers  says:

    Hey Maggie, looks like you hot but great time up and down the mountain. Nothing better than a tired hound in her bed at the end of a lovely day 😀

  • maggiemoosetracks  says:

    Maggie agrees! 🙂 Exercise outdoors in Mother Nature is the best! 🙂

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  • Clowie  says:

    I love hiking in the mountains with my bipeds.

  • maggiemoosetracks  says:

    Isn’t it the best? 🙂

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