Gidget Goes to Schoodic

We had a family outing to Schoodic Point this afternoon. You’ll see no pictures of Hannah because she enjoyed the view from the backseat of the car with her iTunes.

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Gidget on the other hand, enjoyed the sun and fresh air.

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She had fun sitting on the rocks, people watching.

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Seals watched us from the water.

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I enjoyed scrambling across the rocks with Gidget.

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She curiously peered over the edge, ultimately deciding if she couldn’t scale a curb, this was out of her league.

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And when her little legs tired out, she got a first class ride the rest of the way. As much fun as it was watching Gidget explore, I sure do miss my daughter.

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One Response to Gidget Goes to Schoodic

  1. Rachel says:

    This photo reminds me of our yorkie who died last year ages 17 years old, it looks just like our Geordie we hope to get a new puppy this christmas ,they really are little people in fur coats they are so knowing and wise, I envy you for now take care God Bless
    Rachel

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