As soon as I got to my sister's place, they both hopped in my car and off we went to Cates Park over in North Vancouver. It's a really beautiful park with lots of woodland trails. On about half the trails, dogs are allowed to be off leash, but on the other half they must be leashed. We started at the off leash section so they could run off some energy before having to abide by the rules. We ran into a friend of my sister's, who had four more West Highland Terriers with her. So there we were - three ladies with six white dogs (5 Westies and 1 Lab puppy) running tightly-knitted along the trails.
knotted-looking roots growing above the ground. There are gorgeous views over Indian Arm that leads to Burrard Inlet, sandy beaches with miles of waterfront trails, a great playground for children, picnic shelters, and a display of native totem poles.
After walking for about an hour, we decided to head back to my sister's place for lunch and let the poochies play in her yard. Her yard is completely fenced and is so big it's like a private dog park! We kept checking on them, but they were acting kooky running around playing before finally resting together on her huge patio out front. I think you'll enjoy the photos I put together in a story format and don't forget to turn up your sound for the ambience. And you'll see why I titled this post "Kissin' Kuzzins."