A good friend reminded me of this Lolapug.com post from 2013, and I love it so much, I had to repost it today.
I mean – there’s really nothing more Canadian than celebrating our own day on a dock up in cottage country, right?
HAPPY CANADA DAY, EVERYONE!
As a friend of Lola Pug’s so aptly says, “Dignity. Dignity above all”.
I was recently challenged by Lola’s Uncle Deji to post a nature photo once a day for a week. These types of challenges don’t usually appeal to me, but then I thought that the world might be a slightly lovelier place if there were more photos of nature floating around. And then I realised that it would be an even more lovely place if there were more photos of Lola Pug in nature floating around.
So over the next week, I happily present to you daily updates of Lola Pug. In nature.
Lola and nature go together like me and camping.
Which is to say, not at all.
So this might be fun.
Lola Pug and I travel up to the more northern parts of our province quite a bit in the summer. We generally have to watch out for the bigger ticket nature-related issues up there – rattlesnakes, giant hawks, and black bears – but now we have to give extra concern to the little killers up there. Lyme disease-bearing ticks. *sigh* Nature.
Despite all of nature basically wanting to kill us (those snakes can SWIM, by the way), it sure is pretty, and Lola Pug and I actually feel quite at home by the water on the rocks.
Come back tomorrow for Day 2 of the Pug in Nature Photo Challenge!