The dogs get excited when you sit on the 4-wheeler and get ready to go. After waiting expectantly, you start the engine and they burst into energy and yap, yap, yap in a high pitch frenzy trying to be the dog in front. It's very annoying.
I caught Taz whipping by as she raced after Tim.The main trail in and out to the truck was pretty good, even with all the rain. It looks bad in spots, like in the picture below, but it's not. The bottom is solid and the water looks deeper than it is.
Roxy is usually out front, leading the way. Taz tends to run in between us. I don't think she is as faithful as my previous dog to make sure I'm still coming, but we'll give her some time. Panda used to run back to me - she hated it if I got too far behind. I love Taz, but I still miss Panda.