In fact he was so excited he made sure that he made just about every sled ride there was. Although sometimes he bailed and ran alongside whoever was sledding.
The video below is not of great quality, but you can see that Morris was riding in between my grandson and I. Morris was trying to see over Dennis as we went down the pasture hill.
I really don't know who had more fun, the grand kids, Morris, or me!
After lunch we headed to the creek to see the ice wall. Morris and Ariel led the way.
There was a lot of exploring to do near the ice wall.
The soothing sounds of the water trickling over the rocks is reason enough for a visit at any time of the year.
By this time Morris was getting pretty tired. He had given up on running back and forth to physically check on all of 'his people', especially 'his' kids.
So he would pick a spot and watch everyone.
We gathered at the ice wall for a group shot of ourselves. I set my camera up on a tripod and grabbed the remote.
Morris of course photo-bombed us over and over.
Of course we had to head back towards home and we all came to the conclusion, I think...that the visit was wonderful and jam packed with activity...but too short.
The kids wanted to sled again, or go hike to the east side of the valley.
But we would have run out of daylight.
Fresh cold air, snow, the creek, sledding, and outdoors?
That was the ingredients for Fun.
Morris was rather put out when the kids left. He searched the house and then laid on the pink sweatshirt that Ariel had worn and sighed.
By late evening, he seemed quite a bit stiff, so we gave him half a baby aspirin.
This morning, he was back to his bouncy stuff.
Thank you to 'gtyyup' at Life at the Rough String for her advice for assisting elderly Terriers who get a bit sore after doing too much.