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Download Doggin' The Mid-Atlantic: 400 Tail Friendly Parks To Hike With Your Dog In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Northern Virginia epub

by Doug Gelbert




If you walk just 20 minutes a day, you will have walked far enough in your dog's lifetime to cross the United States! With all that walking ahead for you and your dog, aren't you ready for a new place to hike? The Middle Atlantic states are a great place to hike with your dog. Within a short drive in the region you can hike on sand trails, climb mountains that leave your dog panting, walk on some of the most historic grounds in America, explore the estates of America's wealthiest families or circle lakes for miles and never lose sight of the water. This new book describes and rates 400 Middle Atlantic parks that welcome dogs. Each park has been asssigned a trail-tested rating of between 1 and 4 paws. Also included are listings of over 300 dog-friendly campgrounds, those parks that don't welcome dogs, beach rules for dogs in the Mid-Atlantic... ...and much more. So grab that leash and hit the trail!
Download Doggin' The Mid-Atlantic: 400 Tail Friendly Parks To Hike With Your Dog In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Northern Virginia epub
ISBN: 0978562275
ISBN13: 978-0978562274
Category: Travel
Subcategory: United States
Author: Doug Gelbert
Language: English
Publisher: Cruden Bay Books; 1st edition (March 25, 2007)
ePUB size: 1999 kb
FB2 size: 1161 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 360
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Karg
I wish there was a searchable electronic version! Although organized by state (which is a very large area) it is impossible to find quickly places were we are currently located within the book... Unless you read the entire state section and memorize some interesting area -- or -- great if you use the book to select place to go in the first place.
Ral
The author completely disrespects the people who enforce leash laws by discounting its importance. This is a case where the issue is black and white. If a jurisdiction has a leash law, it must be complied with no exception. While some may feel that leash laws are unnecessary or not appropriate for certain locations, they are still legal obligated to comply while the laws are in effect. If you want a leash law changed, then work to change it. The effect of the author's views is to encourage dog owners to get into trouble, to put thier own dogs at risk, and endanger the other humans and animals in thier vicinity.
Let me make this clear. I love dogs and being a good dog owner is being fully responsible for it.