Last Sunday, we headed up to Woody Gap for a nice hike with Rocco and his pal Nicky.
There's nothing like two Havanese hiking the Appalachian trail! The boys had a blast, and the portion of the trail we hiked was relatively easy with just a few rocks to scramble over and trees to climb over or under... your choice, if you're a short pup.
Woody Gap is located off of GA 60 near Suches, Ga. Take a look at our adventure!...
Starting down the trails with Rocco and Nicky.
Which way to go? Over or under?
Rocco vaults over (in a blur!) while Nicky chooses the low road.
Rocco says we need to run this trail! And we did for a little bit.
And then stopped to enjoy the view... and smells.
|The view from Woody Gap|
The Appalachian Trail passes through the building at Mountain Crossings, marking the only covered portion of the trail's 2,100-plus miles.
We met this kitty pal outside the outfitter.
|The view from the deck at Mountain Crossings|
|Enter the Oar House from this charming front porch|
The Oar House provided a beautiful dog-friendly setting, and the food was delicious too.
Rocco and Nicky were happy hanging out under the table with a view of the river.
If that wasn't enough activity for one day, we decided to head to the town of historic Dahlonega for a walk about town.
All the shops allowed us to bring the dogs in and then we finished off the day with a carriage ride! Wow! What a great day!