Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

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18 comments:

Amber-Mae said...

WOW you were brave to lie down in that water torrent.

Lori @ According to Gus said...

Oh my goodness - that's so much water. I hope you and your family are okay!

The Cat From Hell said...

Yous did not go walking there did yous?
kisses Nellie

rottrover said...

BOL!! Great shot!! Be careful though, Bert!!

-Rottie Kisses

Dog Blogging With Luna said...

So which is it, high water or maintenance? :)

verobirdie said...

Are you sure you were supposed to sit there?:-)
You look gorgeous anyway

Finn said...

Wow! Hope everyone is safe!

Mango said...

Oh dear. I don't think the water is supposed to be there.

Slobbers,
mango

Reilly / Bree said...

I am thinking it was the high water and not maintenance :)

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Wow, that water looks angry. Best be careful there, Bert. Hope you were able to find another trail for walking.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Remington said...

Stay safe, my friend!

Boondocks said...

Dat sure is a lot of water!!!

AROOOF!
Boondocks

Meeka said...

It didn't say closed for swimming.

Maggie and Mitch said...

We sure hope you don't have to wait too long, Bert!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I'm with Meeka, it didn't say you couldn't swim because there was no lifeguard on duty!

THANKS for the grin!! :-))

Droopy, Smiley, and Kayah said...

Hmm that trail seems a bit wet! Well they didn't say the trail was closed for swimming.

Slobbers,
The CheeseHounds

Bailey Be Good! said...

Wowserz! Bert! Be careful the water doesn't drag you away!

Happy Friday woofs & hugs,

~Bailey

KB said...

Be careful Bert! That looks downright dangerous. High water - yes, and torrents of it!

BTW, I forgot to answer your question about where and when I did SAR. I did it with my dog Acadia a long time ago when I lived on the Left Coast. I worked with a group called CARDA (Cal Rescue Dog Assoc). We stopped when Acadia had some very serious orthopedic issues.

Since then, people here in Colorado found out about my experience and tried to convince me to do SAR work here. The problem is that I have a horrendously bad back (long sections of my spine are fused) so I am afraid that I'd become a liability in the field (they were super nice, offering to give me a "buddy" who would walk with me and K on all searches but I still didn't feel right about it). For that reason, I'm not at all involved in SAR anymore.

Are you still active in SAR? I'm new to your blog...