Sunday, 25 October 2015

Colorado man takes his dog on incredible adventures

 
Colorado man Kelly Lund says that he hopes to inspire other pet owners to explore nature and "make memories" with their own pets. Lund claims that he believes dogs aren't meant to live out their lives in a backyard or inside a house. The Colorado man and Loki, a two-year-old Wolf-dog ( A beautiful blend of Husky, Arctic Wolf, and Malamute ) are taking as many adventures together as possible they can, the kind of adventures that involves deep snow, mountain peaks, and long nights sleeping underneath nothing but as many constellations as they can count.
 
Lund posts breath-taking photographs of their travels on Facebook and Instagram, carefully composed images that will probably make you want to grab your own dog, lace your boots and head into the wilderness beyond your own front yard. And that's what matters.   
 
Nothing beats sharing the hammock
with master Kelly in a cosy hug.
                                                                              
                                                         It's mine, all mine!
At daybreak, Loki still mingles in dreamland.
Master won't hurry him.
Ah, that's life, he probably chirps.

How do you get up there? Don't lose your balance!
What a load, Loki is getting heavy!


Meet some new friends along the way..........







Kelly Lund and some of his friends who share a similar interest to
have their dogs travelling with them together.  
Sometimes, even Loki has to wait for the caffeine to kick in.




Loki ponders what lies ahead-The journey
seems endless, the road is long!
 
 
 
Pictures and story obtained from FB.
Also from the post by Jelisa Castrodale.

Alan CY Kok