I love archaeology, but I didn’t know my beagle did also! When I visited Wawawai Canyon Park recently, we stumbled across some ancient ruins left by Paleo-Indians on the Snake River.
After going for a nice walk around the water, we found a trail that led into the forest that looked more like a jungle than a patch of trees. In this location, there were massive trees with enormous leaves and an archaeological ruin! Continue reading →
My little dog loves adventure! This Shiloh Saturday we visited the Wawawai canyon cliffs, a unique outcropping of rocks on the Snake River that are perfecting for relaxing by the water in the afternoon. When the weather gets warm enough, college students and locals flock here to do some extreme cliff jumping! Continue reading →
This Shiloh Saturday, I took my pup out to a farm where Jake works and he got to experience the field of clovers! I loved the way this clover looked in the light and I tried to get Shiloh to enter “model mode” and let me take pictures. Continue reading →
This Shiloh Saturday my foraging dog found the biggest mullein patch I’ve ever seen! On a sunny walk, he discovered this behemoth plant that was much, much bigger than him! Continue reading →
It feels like summer here in Pullman and the 70+ degree weather is the perfect time to hit up one of my favorite places around The Palouse! The Illia Dunes are a unique spit by the Snake River where the water stays about a foot deep for hundreds of feet. Continue reading →
In the afternoons, I wait for the emergence of Shiloh, Sun Dog. When the sun hits just right and gleams through the windows and feeds the plants, Shiloh loves to lie in it and soak up the rays. Much like a plant, he searches for the warmth and enjoys life to its fullest! Continue reading →
This weekend I wanted to introduce my amazing dog, Shiloh. Shiloh is a 7-year-old beagle with a big personality and a tendency toward grumpiness. Continue reading →