After a quick R&R session at Boundary Bay for lunch we headed back south to the beach at Larrabee State Park so Darwin could run around a bit more.
It's not a very big stretch of beach, but we found some space we could let her off and chase a stick.
Though the sun was out the water was still ice cold and I was surprised Darwin was willing to get in the water as far as she did. She did spend time on the sand too, chewing her sticks.
She always makes me so nervous when she decides to play with sticks. She doesn't carry them perpendicular to her body, she likes to carry the end of it straight out in front of her. I'm always worried she's going to impale herself one day.
On our way out, we passed this little Pomeranian puppy who was very excited to see Darwin.
Then as Darwin passed by it snapped at Dar, and it's owner scooped it up really quickly. The whole time Darwin just kept walking by like nothing happened.
After that it was tulip time!
Because of the colder spring we've been having not all the tulip fields were in full bloom, but it was still beautiful nonetheless.
It was already getting late and we were tired from our hike, so rather than stop at another brewery for dinner, we headed back home so Darwin could get a bath. :)