Ma was feeling a little exasperated after another Monday at work and decided that a bout of fresh air and exercise on this lovely sunny afternoon was in order, I quite agreed - having been holed up the back yard all day, the scenery can get a little monotonous.
She even decided to take the old rubbish kamrah so if she dropped it, it wouldnt matter too much... the only problem is she took a couple of very cool videos which we can't share with you cos the silly files only want to play with Quicktime which Ma doesnt want on this computer.. does any puppy or kitty or their Ma's and Pa's know a way to make them work in Windows Media Player? We have tried taking them off camera and off the sd card itself. Videos we take on the new kamrah work fine! Please help.
Anyhooo... back to the original topic of this post - adventures!
Ma hooks me up to the stem of her bike, like on the scooter but much simpler, I still have my bungy to save me from the jerking and I still wear my harness. But most of all, Ma can help me out a lot by peddling... which is a change for her lazy bum, speaking of bums, she got some padded ass [insert visual here of a well laden pack-donkey... or am I wrong?] pants that are aparently very magical especially when its rough.
And when she says "Ok, lets go!" I do what I'm told:
And of course, with Ma assisting with the forward movement, I can go really fast!!!!!!:
The mountain bike track has had the loggers go through also, like our sled dog tracks so it can get a bit rutty at times, but they have made a whole heap of little windy trails through it... Ma was too useless to steer the bike, stay on the bike, watch running into my bottom and take photos at the same time along the little trails tho.
There are also trails out in the sunlight too which I enjoy... Ma took this very gawky looking photo of me, although she doesn't realise it was a set up. My ears really do have minds of their own:
We stopped for a few drinks also cos it was quite warm and I was working hard like a trouper, and Ma was perhaps a little lazy for my liking. This really does demonstrate the menagerie of brilliant colours that have infiltrated my life just now:
I don't know why she bothered bringing water. There was a perfectly good muddy pond there I could have bathed and slurped in without worry:
Biking excursions are always fun! But I must admit, I was getting a little tired by the end of it.
But sun, fun and a run makes for a very happy Koda!
Happy Monday to me!
And a furry happy Monday to all you puppies and kitties out there also!!!!