Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Alligator Rock

I took Emma and Bolo for a semi quick hike to a rock formation when the leaves were just beginning to fall. 
It was so peaceful. 
West Virginia is the Wild and Wonderful state. It has tons of rolling mountains and rivers/streams EVERYWHERE. I thought for sure that there would be tons of people to connect with. People that enjoyed being outside and seeing beautiful things, but I have yet to find anyone interested in that. Out of all the hikes/waterfalls I have explored in the past 5 months that I have lived here, I maybe have seen a total of 3 people on any of the trails. I am not talking 3 people on EACH trail, I am talking all together. People just don't seem to get out like I thought it was going to be. Its not going to discourage me from getting out there but it would be really nice to have someone as company other then my favorite baby and fur baby.
Enough about that, lets get back to the hike. 
 Besides the rustling leaves under Bolo and my feet, it was as quiet as can be. 
 Alligator Rock 
 We hug out for a little while explored.
 After this hike poor Bolo had a total of 3 ticks.
I usually check him right when we get home to make sure he is clear. This hike they were really loving him. I pulled those nasty things off him and put his flea and tick medication on. It definitely must be the season.

Another great day in the woods. 


  1. The picture of you and Emma (the selfie) it looks like the stick back by the rock is a long necked dinosaur. Don't ask me the name :)

  2. Boo to the ticks but it looks like a beautiful place!