Sunday Walk

We went for a Sunday walk at our fave off-leash dog-friendly park, Fort Funston. We owed it to Beau after getting cooped up at home during the sequence of storms. We were also gone for most of the year-end holiday to visit our parents and spend time with family thousands of miles across the ocean. 

The morning was just perfect! Sunny skies. Mild breeze. Lots of dogs and their humans. We were in great company. 

Beau was in his full element. There was lots and lots of running and zooming. Sniffing such a variety of smells and markings. Up and down different canine butts. He was in such heaven he even forgot to lick his drool. (I have mastered the art and science of avoiding that thick wad of spit when it takes flight with the wind! I’ve been splattered enough times before.) 

But, alas, it was not a day to play on the beach. The tide was too high. 

We had to contend with cliff views instead. 

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8 Responses to Sunday Walk

  1. What a beautiful, open landscape.

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  2. prior.. says:

    I’ll take those cliff views any day of the week (but not the gift from beau in the wind – ha!)

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  3. auntyuta says:

    Beau is a lucky dog. Looks like you all enjoyed your outing. Your coastline reminds me of our Australian coastline. Really beautiful! 🙂

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  4. Beautiful photos and I bet Beau sleeps very heavy after his trek.

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  5. Lucid Gypsy says:

    The cliff path looks a bit precarious for me! Lovely place though, I can smell the sea air.

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