Our city has a four acre dog park Banner loves. He visited this morning along with at least a dozen other dogs. Smart dog! Starts getting excited the moment I turn onto the F Street road.
He will mingle with other dogs if they come up to him but would rather patrol the fence. One lap around is enough to wear him out.
Eating grass is something he loves to do. Since he gets chlorophyll liquid on his food every other day I don’t think it is a nourishment need. At his last home he had to fight two other dogs for food and may have eaten grass there because of hunger. The park is the only place I allow him to eat grass as I know the maintenance people never spray weed killer.
Occasionally, but not today, he will find something to roll in.While he mingles with other dogs, I mingle with some of the ladies.
My favorite beekeeper company was at the Farmers Market today and I was able to buy a one gallon jug of raw local flowers honey. That should last me for a few months. I put honey in my coffee. It helps with allergies, I believe. The theory is the bee’s pickup minute amounts of pollen that mixes into the honey. Taking a couple of spoonfuls of honey a day boosts your immune system.
The profits from the Colorado Lottery are earmarked for recreation projects. Along the Cache la Poudre River, extensive hard surface trails are being built. Eventually the trail system will extend from Fort Collins to Greeley. The system sees a lot of use. Runners, bicyclists, walkers, and dog walkers are out most days excepting blizzards. After major storms the trails are plowed. The Greeley Police Department has a four person bicycle patrol unit for the trail system.
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