Mommy signed me up for the Will County Forest Preserve Woods Walk Challenge. She said that even though I have agilability that I need endurification to be physically fit. Mommy signed Daddy up too. I guess she thought he needed that too. If I walks in 7 woods I can gets a pin. If I walks in 15, I gets a T-shirt. Mommy didn’t know if the Woods Walk peoples will give those things to little dogs with no tails, but she said that I can have her’s if they won’t. I hopes they don’t discriminate against corgi dogs like me!
We walked over 3.5 miles on our first woods walk because Mommy and Daddy decided to take the long route. That is farther than I ever went before! I saw lots of neat stuff, like other doggies.
And then I saw the bestest thing! Mud!
Next I saw a dam. I wonder if that is the same one that Daddy always yells about? I wasn’t allowed to wash my muddy doggy feets there.
I had to find a little creek for that.
But I still got water tortured when I got home. I thought that part was rather unfair!
Here is my Woods Walk log in my special book. Now I just have 14 more to go!
I goes to school to learn agilabilty. That is a fancy word for “little dog with no tail tricks.”
I can do jumps over bars
And amazing feats of balance
And then still have energy for more jumps
Daddy doesn’t have agiliabilty like I do. I know this because he never does jumps or dog walks and is so impressed when I do it that he gives me treats!
Mommy and Daddy took me to see sleepy bears dunes. I didn’t see any sleepy bears, or even any awake ones, but I saw lots of big sands.
Climbing sand is a lot of work for a little dog with no tail.
It must be a lot of work for Daddies too because mine had to stop and rest.
I was king of the sand!
Even if we were high up on a sand cliff.
I’m a smart little dog with no tail, so I didn’t jump off the sand cliff. But these silly boys planned to do so!
I hope they didn’t break anything or get eaten by the sleepy bears.