Tikko dissappeared in the early stages of our hike to catch up to four dogs. I was so winded on the way up, trying to catch up to him, I didn't have time for much photo taking.
After caching up to him, near the summit ledges, Tikko checks out the view.
Tessa hated the steep scrambling. I actually left her behind to go summit, but when I started back to get here, somehow she had managed it up on her own. So we were able to summit both peaks in the end, but , the Blueberry Ledges trail is not dog friendly, especially in icy conditions!
Tikko made it better than Tessa!
Oh, no! Another tough scramble for Tessa
But she made it!
Tikko checks out the ledge.
He made it too, This trail was a bit sketchy. I wouldn't do it again, or recommend it to dog owners.
Standing near the summit on an icy ledge.
Top of Whiteface
To the summit, the dogs chased a moose on the way up, but found their way back.
Eating snow near the summit of Passaconaway. We had to bushwack around some ice to get here, but I certainly didn't want to turn back.
Sniffing moose tracks.
If peeing meant that the place was yours, Tikko would own half of New Hampshire.
Ohh, you got the moose there Tessa?
Where I'd love to live, in the shadow of the Sandwich Range
This rock is well endowed...
Hmm. Does that mean you, Tessa?
Another suitable living situation.
Tikko scopes the house
Location, location, location!
Absolute classic New England
An old cemetary on the hill
Tikko and Tessa play in the field
View of Whiteface
Pretty little church
A view of the Blueberry ledges that gave Tessa so much trouble.
Thirsty dogs at the end of the day.