|Ash goes from grass to the sidewalk , crossing it to stay on track|
|Ash goes up the stairs and down the corridor|
|Down the ramp to find the glove!|
When I moved I lost my tracking community and my desire to train. I don't like training alone and my mentor was back in Thunder Bay. Long story short, I just gave up trying.
His second track was also one that another dog had run first but was blind to me. I had to trust Ash. We had to go through a gazebo , follow down a stone pathway to a grassy section to complete the track. "I" thought the track went one way but Ash knew it didn't and went the correct way! What a trip that was to find the glove. So I've been bitten by the bug once again.
Next weekend Donna is driving here to train with me on Saturday. We will go to the University or the College to train. I should mention this is called Urban Tracking, not the field tracking that I am used to. Ash and I do need to get our TD in the field first before we can compete for our UTD in the Urban setting however.
I will worry about finding fields later but for now we are enjoying training this way. I cant wait for the weekend and to be able to go out with Ash again :)
|Crossing the gazebo, Ash is going the right way|
|Through the gazebo on to the stone pathway|
|Right turn to grass and the glove !|