We spent this afternoon at the park. It was a bit on the chilly side, but the sun was out. There is a baseball field that is surrounded by steep hills that was completely empty so it was safe to let Luna off her leash. Piper and I practiced calling her back and forth between the two of us.
She did a great job and I’m glad, because if her speed now is any indicator, there’s no way we’re going to be able to catch her when she’s grown.
She had a ball, and seemed to love being able to run flat out for once.
The park we visited also has a lake, so we were able to make her introduction to fresh water. She did a bit of wading, but didn’t seem to have any urge to go in deeper and spent most of her time investigating the beach and chewing acorn caps.
Piper had her usual good time running around barefoot despite the fact it was only in the 40’s.
Playing with the sand on the empty beach
Collecting and cracking acorns
I think we all enjoyed being in a place where Luna could roam a bit and get in very little trouble and we managed to get her completely tuckered out so she’s been sleeping peacefully since we got home. 🙂