In my last post, Cafe Zoetrope, I mentioned we had been trail hiking earlier in the day at Tilden Regional Park. The park is over 2,000 acres and is mostly dog friendly. Not only is it dog friendly, but a good dog who listens to voice commands, like myself, is allowed to be off leash in the dog friendly areas!
Since I found my people in January, I haven’t been outside off leash. What an exciting adventure this day was!
There were flowers that I could stop and smell.
On the way up on Upper Big Stream Trail, I was often behind my pack. They didn’t seem to understand all the new sights and smells. I had to stop, I had to investigate. Then they would call my name again and I would run to catch up with them.
The trail was really nice. It was made of gravel which helps grind down my nails. The sides were grassy with flowers and trees. It was doggy heaven!
When I would stop and look around, these were the sights I saw! So Amazing.
Lake Anza looked like it would be a fun place to swim, but my people told me that it isn’t on the dog friendly list. So I kept following my people.
The scent really got my attention. I had to do a through investigation!
My people eventually needed to take a break. I was glad because I wasn’t getting in trouble for not keeping up.
Soon, it was time to go again! Once we got to the top, we sat on a bench that you could see San Francisco from. That is why we decided to go to Cafe Zoetrope. My people were hungry and had read that Francis Ford Coppola’s restaurant is dog friendly!
On the way back down the hill, it seemed that my people moved a lot slower.
Maybe they were tired. I didn’t hear them call me to catch up anymore. I was free to explore.
In fact, I had to stop and wait for them. What a change that was.
I only have 4 paws, so I will give Tilden Regional Park 4 Paws up and 1 tail up. I had a great time smelling all the new smells.