Had a bad hike with dogs

Blurry pictures it’s a bad day

Welcome to my web Blog Blessings be on your wellbeing and Spiritual uplifting your life hiking with dogs So muddy trails are very muddy was a bad headache hikeing in woods with dogs humid at 99% Sweaty from hikeing was miles While hiking seen A creature in the woods didn’t get a good picture As giant mosquitoes going crazy with bites snakes crossing your path every other step running into some frogs making and was making loud noises as I was running into frogs and some snakes… As A Bobcat that was stalking you and muddy trails dont go together but life goes on over it. Hope you have A more Happy trails to you till we meet again chilling ending where I fell in mud…. as I was Hiking a Bobcat jump out and was hissing At this point I was Frightened and alarm As my heart was racing I felt very scared… As I started to run away from it as I slipped and fell in the mud sliding a little forward Just As the Big cat ran Into the Woods Wiping the sweat from my brow…. Clean up with last of my water just a bad headache day…

About this article blessings be on you and yours spiritual Enhance your life hiking with dogs in the woods…

Safety – Venomous Snakes

Let the snake have the right of way dont try to pick up or touch the wildlife it can harm the ecosystems of the natural trail so never touch them with out understanding the impact on the ecosystem do not try to pet the wildlife live and let live be safe keep on trails as well despite the wildlife on trail so don’t go running into the woods thinking that can help you stay on the trail is the best bet

History

The Elm Fork Nature Preserve was purchased as a woodright in 1861 by the Bramblitt Family. The land was never clear-cut and in 1986 the 40 acres were given to the City of Carrollton Texas a self-contained ecosystem, virtually undisturbed. Trails are open for hikes 365 days a year from dawn to dusk.

Nature Hike Tips

Dress according to the weather in comfortable clothing and long pants long sleeves and so on. No open-toed shoes. Bring insect repellent and bottled water to your Hike

Trail marker

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