Lately I have been taking Cody and Sierra to Sherwood Gardens, which is a famous Baltimore park, often on our daily walks now that is is Spring. The walk there for us isn't too bad and both dogs really love seeing the Tulips, which are in full bloom right now, and all the people who come to enjoy Sherwood Gardens.
I took this picture of Cody and Sierra while we were at Sherwood Gardens the other day. The day I took this picture at Sherwood Gardens it was a bit overcast at the park. However, the picture came out really well and it almost looks like I went to edit and smooth out the image, but I didn't. I like how happy the dogs look and how surreal the picture is. It looks like a painting or piece of art. (Ok, I might be getting a bit over-my-head now.)
I hope everyone likes my Wordless Wednesday picture. What do you think? Leave a comment below and let us know!
Tennis Balls always seems to get lost and wear out quickly at the dog park and our backyard. We seem to be running to the store every other week to get a new set of tennis balls. The other day I was able to snag some Free Tennis Balls though. How and Where? Our local tennis courts!
I noticed our local tennis courts always have a lot tennis balls outside of the fence. Usually people knock a few out of the courts, it's inevitable. I assumed that most go get the tennis balls after they finishing playing. However, walking by the tennis courts with Cody and Sierra over and over, I realized this was a wrong assumption.
If a ball goes over the fence it seems most tennis players don't bother to pick-up the balls. It's too much hassle! This means my two English Shepherds very happy dogs.
As you can see we got quite a lot of tennis balls. I will keep walking by the courts once in awhile to see if there are more tennis balls.
Seems I have hit the jackpot and now have an endless supply of tennis balls. Just a good tip if your dog (or dogs) keep destroying or misplacing tennis balls.