Exploring paths less traveled
There are enough there to keep her busy for a few hours :-)
Poor Daisy--such a predicament. Guess all of us humans have that problem at times too.. Which way do we go???? Who do we follow???? Hmmmmmmm--sounds like a good sermon... haHugs,Betsy
I'm laughing :D
Which way did he go, George, which way did he go?
Poor Daisy. It truly does look as if she is faced with an embarrassment of riches!
Lucinda likes that her cousins there in UT are confusing Daisy!
Oh, poor Daisy. That would give me a headache!
I've always said that too much choice is a bad thing, especially for an indecisive fellow as myself. (Looks cold without boots!)
Daisy looks as if she is really thinking these things!
So many choices. I love Daisy's look in that second shot.
She looks undecided in the first shot but already active in the second one. She is so cute.
Which do I go, decisions, decisions! Your nose knows, Daisy.Cute shots, Janie.
oh yes, that is a big decision!
Oops!!!The most beautiful eco-tour - Parappalaru Falls
I bet Daisy was fun to watch as she tried to make a decision. There are so many wonders for dogs to discover! :)
I hope she followed the right track, good luck. Have a nice weekend.
Oh, my. I bet her nose was in over-drive!
Looks like she's concentrating so hard.
Better than chasing after deer tracks, I'd say.
Get 'em Daisy!
oh what is a girl to do....I bet she decided the right tracks to follow..
ha! Love the second shot...some serious decision making going on there!
Oh to be a dog--the mere smell of "rabbit" evokes all that can be known, all that can be enjoyed. The pic of Daisy astraddle really captures here essence, Janie.
Poor Daisy looks confused.
too many rabbit trails to choose from - that's a dilemma other dogs dream about! - The Equestrian Vagabond