The Canada Geese have been migrating south this week with many V shaped flocks flying over here filling the silence with their loud honking cheers of goodbye. The Humming Birds have also departed and I miss seeing their presence at the feeder.
However, with the departures are also the returns and this week the Grey Jays have been frequenting here quite often through the day and are making their best effort to interact with me. These little creatures are a real pleasure and company.
The forest is starting to show brilliant Fall colors with vibrant reds and yellows standing out against the contrast of the greens of the pines.With the pastel blues of the sky and the deep blues of the lake makes for a very beautiful panorama of Nature!
Luckily, I was able to get three teams in for at least one training run each on last Sunday & Monday. All 24 dogs , that comprise of those three teams, are performing great. Especially for so early in the season. With video review, I am selecting the young dogs that have the potential to be Leaders and will receive further training this season at that position.
The weather forecast, if it holds true, for next week looks good to continue training.
With training being suspended this week, I was able to fill in my free time with preparing food for the next while and freezing some for the upcoming Winter.
Let me leave you with anther video of the dogs running.
Until next week......