So far we've had firm, solid stools with no issues (I was a little nervous with trying the fish, but no problems!). I also got a lead about a butcher about 30 minutes from us that has sold dog-quality meats, whole and ground, for less than $1.50 per pound...that would be great! For now, we have almost no room in the freezer and will need to work on that, but I'm hoping this will be useful in the future. Rumor has it that they also accept hunter's kills, so regularly have elk, rabbit, and deer available. I look forward to checking it out!
Their fun weekend continued when we visited the Glendale Trail in Lone Tree CO. I might have mentioned my book, "Canine Colorado," and this is the first trail we've tried out of it, mostly because this one was 15 minutes away and had a good rating. The "hike" was a pretty one that went up some hills and had a good view. It was only a 1.6 mile loop, but for Winry and her partially torn ACL (which has healed, but we were told to not stress the remaining portion) it sounded like a good compromise and not too hard on her.
|The view from the top|
|Can you spot the greyhounds?|
|A panoramic view at the top|