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.


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


She had fun sitting on the rocks, people watching.


Seals watched us from the water.


I enjoyed scrambling across the rocks with Gidget.


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


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

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