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Mouse packs quite often. The pack we have now is the Palisades I by Ruff Wear. Most of our human equipment is from Recreational Equipment Incorporated (REI). Some people follow a training schedule and others don't. We don't. We just try to do 6 miles a night at least 3-4 times a week during the Fall and Spring. Check out the working dog page for updates of hikes.
Basil, Eiger (Capelli), Heidi (Kimbrough), and Hansi (Kimbrough) take a break from hiking at Lake Bastrop
Mouse and Basil take a break at the Bastrop Hike.
Mouse and Basil take a rest.
End of the 16 miles, from L to R: Hansi, Heidi, Basil, and Mouse
Miss Heidi on the Lake Somerville Hike
Basil on the Table
Running through the Branches at Lake Somerville
From L to R: Mouse, Heidi, Basil, Karen, and Hansi
Mouse, Basil, Pam, Eiger (owned by Pam), and Holly at Lake Travis
Biel (Capelli), Mouse, and Eiger (Capelli) taking a break from hiking at Pace Bend
Lynn w/T-Bone, Me w/Mouse, Pam w/ Eiger and Biel, and David w/ Dramie at Brazos Bend State Park
Finally tired after 15 miles in Big Thicket. It wasn't really that bad. Just tedious.
Check out those rear muscles. McCombs, MS Thanksgiving weekend.