Ruff, Baa, and costumes

2019 bat sheep

Our October event, “Paws on the Pavement and Kids Costume Walk,” was a mouthful to say but it turned out to be a good pairing! Dogs and kids in a dress rehearsal for trick or treating. And let’s not forget about the “bat” sheep! The weather was kind and the dogs barked their approval at…

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The bugs showed up for their event!

Have you ever heard of a velvet ant, also known as a “cow killer”? Have you ever seen a spider wasp? Did you know that all of our native Oregon bees are annuals? Only honeybees, who were not native originally, live for more than one year. Did you know that small holes in tree trunks…

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Do you know how to adjust your trekking poles?

BLT’s Burkhart Creek walk on October 13 was special this year, because we were joined by four people representing the Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital Physical Rehabilitation Department: Kelly, Veronica, Lynda, and Ron. Physical therapists Veronica and Kelly showed the group how to use two types of walkers with wheels, a cane, and trekking poles. Sound dull? Not the way they presented it!

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Want to get your hands dirty on October 2?

Cheadle Lake Work Day Tuesday October 2, 2018 at 9:00am Meet at Boat launch parking area, North Shore, Cheadle Lake Park (see map below) Build Lebanon Trails is having a work party day at Cheadle Lake.  Help reduce some of the “spookiness” of the resting benches being taken over by berry vines.  We’ll meet on…

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Paws on the Pavement event a fun change

2018 Paws on the Pavement event

We had a barkin’ good time at the Paws on the Pavement event! It was a small turnout, but the dogs who attended reported they had a great time negotiating the obstacles and getting lots of attention. We’re keeping this short, because the Lebanon Express wrote a doggone great article about the event and about BLT.…

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