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Ranger Eric L. formerly of BBNP, some of you remember him, put it this way, When you bring your dog to Big Bend you put it back in the food chain.
I took my wife’s Corgi on a short hike (4.5 mi. one way) up Rancherias Canyon at BBRSP. Her feet were raw and bleeding after 3 mi. Luckily I had some dog boots which I duck taped on her feet for protection. Aside from the terrain being too much for most dogs feet, they may not be aware of the thorny desert dangers. I think leaving them tied outdoors unattended could be risky as well.[/url]
I'm already intrigued from the pic! More please! Lovin your camping style! Sent from my Note 8 using Big Bend Chat mobile app
Hey, I saw that pic on facebook, lol. Expedition campers and trailers, I think.Looks like a cool setup you got there. Hopefully you aired down to make the ride a little better.I haven't been to Guale, it's always booked when I want to go.Oh well, next time. Glad you had a great time.
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