Super Cooper says, “Happy 4th of July!”
We started the holiday in style…with Old Glory flying. Of course, after hanging the Stars and Stripes, Cooper had other plans. He was ready for an adventure.
So…we piled in the Jeep and headed up to the mountains. Of course that meant someone thought he needed to drive…the whole way.
We stopped by the Sinks to check out the river and cavern. The water’s a lot lower! Runoff’s almost over!
The cavern’s open and the Popo Agie’s almost back to normal. What a sight it is. We dashed out of there when everybody and their dog began showing up…literally. Coop may just want to play, but that Rottweiler didn’t look too happy to see him.
We loaded up and continued up the switchbacks to Frye Lake. The Wind Rivers are absolutely beautiful, don’t you think?
But Cooper’s destination today wasn’t Frye or Fiddler’s. It wasn’t even Louis Lake. It was Worthen Meadows Reservoir. Why? Do you really have to ask that question?
Water, water, everywhere! And we know Cooper loves water.
Cooper had fun chasing bugs, logs, fish, but most of all, he had a blast being Cooper, the Water Dog. Until next time,