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Today I took Flora to a nearby forest preserve, and it was the first time we'd ever been there. It was quite beautiful and had some nice grassy trails, and best of all... it was completely deserted. My favorite kind of place. Anyhow, I had the camera with me and got a few good shots, and a lot of so-so shots. :p:
 

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Oh what wonderful pictures!! Flora is so grown up looking.....what happend to that puppy????? Shes beautiful Kim!!
 

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What a pretty girl!!!! Beautiful golden against the green. Stunning!
 

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I love her little mud boots. They can find any little spot of mud in a field. She has grown up to be a very pretty girl.
 

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Flora is beautful and what a great place to spend some time :)
 

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What great pics! The 4th one, where Flora has those sticky seedpods on her head. Boy, am I familiar with THOSE! On a trip to our dogpark one Saturday, Lacey went wandering. When she FINALLY came back, I swear, she was was absolutely COVERED with those sticky seedpods, most in her tail and "tailfeathers" and behind her ears all stuck in her fur. Good grief, it must have taken me 45 mins. to remove them all!

Regardless, she sure was a happy doggie! :doh:
 

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Thanks for all the nice comments about Flora! She really has grown up into quite a pretty lady, IMO. ;)

Carol/Beaushel, I love the term mudboots! Flora sought out the only little puddle of mud in the whole area and made it her mission to get muddy. Goofy girl.

What great pics! The 4th one, where Flora has those sticky seedpods on her head. Boy, am I familiar with THOSE! On a trip to our dogpark one Saturday, Lacey went wandering. When she FINALLY came back, I swear, she was was absolutely COVERED with those sticky seedpods, most in her tail and "tailfeathers" and behind her ears all stuck in her fur. Good grief, it must have taken me 45 mins. to remove them all!

Regardless, she sure was a happy doggie! :doh:
:bowl: They must have radar for those things, because I swear, every off-leash walk we take Flora always ends up with those seedpods all over her body. Lacey must have been a mess - they're pretty difficult to get out of the tailfeathers and behind the ears. I find they're a little easier to remove when the fur is wet.
 
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