April 10th 2010 11:59 am
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My pal, Hershey, asked me to report back on how dog friendly it is at Yosemite. We found it to be quite dog friendly in the areas dogs are allowed. Basically leashed dogs are allowed on all paved paths. The Gallery in the Village even had a bowl of water out fur us. I always think folks who do that are so kind!
The walk to the the Falls View is all paved so I could have gone there but did not. The path was kind of icy so we did not want to risk anyone falling over with a bike in one hand and me in the other.
At the campground I did go off leash a bit to catch snowballs. Silly people posted evidence of this crime in a video on my page. Please don't call the rangers on me!
While I got to run with the bikes and go on walks I did not get to go on real hikes with my family because these were on unpaved foot paths. On those occasions I stayed back and guarded the motyhome.
We found just about everyone to be very nice and furiendly to me. I got to play with a 7 month old Chesapeak Bay Retriever. Plus I met several other dogs and got to sniff them a bit. All in all we found Yosemite to be a furry nice place for doggies to visit.
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That's good to know, Pepper, thanks. Maybe my mommy and daddy will take me there someday!
Some furiends of my pawrents were in Yosemite last week, too! They don't have a doggie, though. I wonder if they saw you! (They stayed somewhere outside the park at night.)
The snow sounds like fun!
Sounds like fun Pepper! I haven't been to Yosemite, but I've been to the Grand Canyon. I wanted to climb down in the giant hole, but the humans wouldn't let me.