A Girl and Her Dog

A hike with Hannah was the best possible way to end a week that didn’t seem as if was ever going to end. Despite the fact that I wanted nothing more than to nap the day away, Hannah and I took Gidget with us on a hike of the Hollingsworth Trail. We’ve hiked this trail a number of times, but this was our first visit with Gidget.

As I snapped pictures along the way, I couldn’t help admire the picture they made – a girl and her dog. Little Gidget was a scrapper, scrambling high and low to keep up with Hannah, never lettering her out of sight.

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2 Responses to A Girl and Her Dog

  1. Cintha says:

    It’s always a little gift when you share your pictures with us. Lovely pictures from your daughter and her brave little dog!
    Thank you for sharing.

  2. Lisa Ludlow says:

    Wonderful pictures. Hannah and Gidget are both adorable!

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