Hiking in Frisco

After a long week preparing for a [successful] hearing, Tim and I took off for a hike in the mountains.  Love all the Vehicles Sharing Path:

Paved hiking path with woods on either side.  Yellow road sign on the right side of the path reads "Vehicles Sharing Path."  On the path, photographed from behind, are a number of cyclists and a man driving a power wheelchair with a Golden Retriever walking to his left.

{Image description:  Paved hiking path with woods on either side.  Yellow road sign on the right side of the path reads “Vehicles Sharing Path.”  On the path, photographed from behind, are a number of cyclists and a man driving a power wheelchair with a Golden Retriever walking to his left.}

Had a beautiful, relaxing hike of at least [redacted number] [redacted unit of distance measurement].  Saguaro got about twice that, jogging alongside Tim’s chair as he and Tim shot ahead and doubled back for their slower, unwheeled, bipedal hiking companion.  By the end, Saguaro was a pooped puppy; I couldn’t tell whether he was chilling in the shade or expressing a preference for a cooler vehicle than the minivan he arrived in.

White pick-up truck with a Golden Retriever lying on the pavement in its shadow, panting.

{Image description:  White pick-up truck with a Golden Retriever lying on the pavement in its shadow, panting.}

The hike was followed by lunch at Empire Burger — with hand-cut fries and a huge menu of dipping sauces — and a milkshake from Cold Stone.

Ahhhhhhhhh.

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