Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Tails Along the Trails , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Tails Along the Trails.
Yarra Valley Tails and Trails
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Dec 07, Jeffrey Daniels rated it really liked it. Non-fiction is rarely my cup of tea and a memoir-style structure would normally cause me even more pause. So it was that much more surprising to find how well this book kept my interest. The book starts as a love affair with walking and cocker spaniels and progresses into a travelog Non-fiction is rarely my cup of tea and a memoir-style structure would normally cause me even more pause.
The book starts as a love affair with walking and cocker spaniels and progresses into a travelogue of Ohio and surrounding states. Each succeeding chapter details their adventures in more locations, under different times and different climes. The sheer quantity of trips and variety of destinations will make you marvel.
Browse more videos
Feb 26, Robert Warr rated it it was amazing. An Unexpected Gem This book is essentially a list of Volkswalks done by the author, her husband and their dogs.
It has no story line and no plot whatever. If this sounds boring to you then you are so very, very wrong. I found myself riveted by the simple charm of this book. Firstly the author's great love of her sport and her companions is obvious in each of the stories and generally leaves the reader feeling good. I'm not sure if it would work for a non-dog owner but for me it triggered many cheri An Unexpected Gem This book is essentially a list of Volkswalks done by the author, her husband and their dogs.
I'm not sure if it would work for a non-dog owner but for me it triggered many cherished memories of walking with my own dogs and my parents. Seconly; i'm english and have not seen much of the U. THis book helped me to improve my knowledge of the States, in a way by helping to join the dots.
I am looking forward to reading some more of her books. Sep 06, Linda Deane rated it it was amazing Shelves: other-animal-non-fiction.
- The Mad Woman in the Attic?
- See a Problem?.
- 1. Sherwood Park?
After reading this book I just wanted to leap up, grab the leashes and take the dogs for a long walk. This is quite an achievement on the part of the author as I am a confirmed couch potato and shy away from all forms of exercise except exercise of the mind. The author takes us along with her and the dogs on their various walks all over North America and keeps us well entertained. I'm sure this book will inspire dog lovers from all over the world to get moving with their beloved pets.
Oct 04, Wanda Hartzenberg rated it really liked it Shelves: dogs. Since this is not a story in the true sense of the word I was a bit apprehensive.
Doggy Daycare, Boarding, Grooming & Pet Sitting Services
I was surprised that I loved the story. You can electronically Unsubscribe at any time. The view of Garibaldi Lake from Panorama Ridge. Mount Slesse in Chilliwack.
How to Dispose of Dog Poop on the Trail
The view of the Fraser Valley from the top of Mount Cheam. Share Share Tweet. Explore Hiking Trails Hiking Trails Explore a variety of day-hiking trails by difficulty, distance and elevation near Vancouver, Whistler, Chilliwack and more.
- Mommy, Tell Me a Story About a Plane.
- Cassie and The Wild Cat: Bug in the Rug.
- Tails Along the Trails: Walking Adventures with Dogs.
- Weekend Trail Hike Prices.
- Placing Your Order!
- READ Tails Along the Trails: Walking Adventures with Dogs FULL ONLINE.
Every Saturday Morning at am Nature Tails is a program to read animal and nature stories to children visiting the Nature Center. The program is free to the public. Meet in the Children's Corner in the mueseum. SoCal Explorer Program. After completing your mission come to the Nature Center Information Desk to receive your patch. Last year we raised money to bring over 1, children to Eaton Canyon.
– Adventure Tails – – The Ultimate Dog Walking Experience
For many of the students it is often their initial exposure to plants and animals that are native to the area foothills. The Eaton Canyon Nature Center was reopened in November of , replacing the old one which burned in the Altadena fire of October 27, Tour The Nature Center.
Animals Remember when visiting Eaton Canyon or any other natural area, take your camera or binoculars with you into the canyon, but please LOOK ONLY - touching or even trying to touch the wildlife can stress them and cause illness or death, upsetting the balance of nature. Animals of Eaton Canyon. Plants As you walk through the Canyon, pay close attention and you will see and hear many interesting things. Plants of Eaton Canyon. History The beautiful San Gabriel Mountains have a rugged, steep southern ridge and a taller northern ridge, the two being separated from one another by a series of east-west canyons.
Eaton Canyon Events. Family Nature Walk Every Saturday morning, weather permitting, from 9am to 11am. Bus Grant.