and i think that she should trust me more...
Trust is a great thing to have on SP!
I think we should ALL trust each other more.
hmm...trust is a difficult thing... I think I tend to trust people less and less...but yes, we should trust our climbing partners. Well written, Larry...
Blushing ... thanks Liba!
But, I can't help but surmise ... if one of
your sandals had fallen off your foot and
landed in the San Juan River, would your
trusty climbing partner (Duchess) have
"retrieved" it for you ???
And yes, I have enough of a challenge trusting myself !!!
(Did I mention my great grandmother was
born in the former Czechoslovakia?)
Hahaha ... it's true.
Hi Larry, I would never guess that you are a fellow countryman... not exactly czech name - haha.
Duchess would completely ignore my keen sandal.
While I was hanging out in southern Utah,
My dog Duchess caused a massive Brew-ha-ha.
Luckily, my sandals stayed upon my feet,
And I later rewarded Duchess with cheese and
meat. : ))
I am amazed!!! what a poem!!!
Aaaaaa, you're very welcome.
May I please attach this to my 'Mountains of
Smiles' album here on SP?
Duchess is wearing a very comical expression.
Sure, you can attach it...Thanks for liking Duchess'es expression...
I really like this photo a lot, you and your dog floating on the pedestal of sandstone. very cool.
Thank you, I guess the credit should go to my son who shot this photo (but I did position him) haha
If you think the answer I gave to my mother about mountaineering (...going up and down..) is funny, I just think the profile's image of you and your dog is even better...Congratulations for the composition.
A tip: cut and paste Duchess on your lap...Maybe so he doesn't matter to be on the edge. :-)
It did not look scary to sit there at all + deep below is a river...I think that dogs should trust their owners... haha
I'd keep my distance too.... :P
you would not sit next to me? I am very disappointed...
Is this a trick question? :P
oh no... women are not tricky...
"Would you not sit next to me?"
Since the beginning of time, people have been
asking that question.
So many mountains ... so little time!
When you look at the big picture, life is
a mistress to the hands of time.