Usually how I find Bentley in the morning after his walk. The dude comes back and immediately rolls up into a donut and naps. I think he's getting fat. I'm that one parent that spoils the shit out of the pup, then gets offended when someone calls him fat. I guess it's time to go on a diet you 30 lbs. potato..
This photo was taken by my homie Colin on Rubicon Trail. Views like these energize me. It fuels my desire to adventure more. I'm reminded how beautiful and grand mother nature is, and that there is so much more to discover.
We did a 13.2 mile hike that day. Colin, Bentley and I woke up early (4 A.M) hoping to score a permit to hike Mt. Tallac. An intensive 20 mile hike round trip. Unfortunately we weren't that lucky. So we did Rubicon Trail instead. I'm currently editingfootage from our hike. Planning to share something here before I leave for Hawaii in two days.
I can't imagine what life is without this blonde dachshund. Because of Bentley I get out of the house more, I take breaks often, even started a this joint blog with the dude. I loves ya yungbent. Happy National Dog Day!