Siberian Husky translation by novelist D. K. Wall
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -
i took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.
Thank you, Robert Frost!
I don’t think we have any less-traveled roads here in Southern California …
that is my all time favorite poem
Ooh! That is one of my human’s favouritist poems! Great post! 😀
Honey the Great Dane
Kisses and hugs
Sometimes great things can be discovered on the road less travelled! 🙂
Mom loves that poem! She told it to me when I was tiny pup because I never liked to stay on the paths but instead wandered off on my own routes. Your hike looks beautiful…ledges and all!
Has Rusty been teaching Kiska his tricks?
Woos – Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
oh we likey a lot
we’s scared of the high’s but you look most magnificent up there
we gave you a wardie on our bloggy post today
please to come ck it out when you get a minute
pibble sugars and wee wags
the pittie pack
Ha roo roo roo! You two are great. Dave said that Robert Frost dude wrote some good stuff. I asked him if he wrote any Haik-woo and Dave said “no” — so how good could he be?
Those look like the perfect width for Siberian paws alright!
jack a-roo & moo too
I like walking on ledges too. It’s nice to be taller than Steve.
Love it! He is quite an adventurer 🙂
Love it! And Rusty looks like he knows he made the better decision.
I love the poem by Frost! I think Rusty and Kiska have the right idea!
You’ve converted my husband. He ordered the seatbelt harnesses yesterday!
Walk on the edge, that’s how enjoy life.
Rusty looks well proud of himself 🙂
Khumbu does exactly the same, if there is a different route to be taken, it will be his!
Hmmmm… Your blog is coming out really funny to me – the font is very tiny and the pictures are scattered everywhere! LOL – I did find the pictures and the comment section though! I’ve always loved Robert Frost!
As you were…
Um, it doesn’t exactly look less traveled to ME. Just sayin’.
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