If you’re looking for the answer to Friday’s “Where’s Choppy?” post, it’s here.

This weekend was just beautiful in Wisconsin – and we used it for working in the yard (and yet, I still didn’t get to the weeds in the fire pit, as seen on Friday’s ‘Where’s Choppy?’ post). We also got plenty of walking in!

Walk One:

Date: July 10, 2016
Location: Home
Length: 2.6 Miles
Who: Sarah & Choppy

Walk Two:

Date: July 10, 2016
Location: Home
Length: 1.3 Miles
Who: Sarah, Paul & Choppy

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Walk One: There is a reason Choppy looks so exotic. It shall be discussed below.
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Walk Two: This intense look has nothing to do with bunnies. Choppy is actually scanning this field for woodchucks. Prior to the picture from Walk One, we were passing by this area. Choppy was off of her leash, and I pointed out a woodchuck I saw hanging out way down in this field. I assumed Choppy would chase it, the woodchuck would pop down in its hole, and Choppy would come back. This is NOT how things happened. Choppy chased the woodchuck, but instead of flight, he turned and decided to fight. I think Choppy expected this even less than I did, and she just started barking at him and chasing him around a bit. I eventually retrieved her, but I think that woodchuck had a very bad day thanks to this barking dog (though probably a lot better day than he would have had at the hands of many dogs, who would not have been content to just bark at him).