Since the host took away my other pictures I will repost them.....
I found where I had stashed these pictures.
Play ground equipment is excellent for footing, different surfaces and confidence.
Newer pictures of the same concept.
For the life of me I can't figure out how kids are suppose to use this (even before the handle came off the far side).
And coming down steps from the slide (even thought KC usually would come down the "normal kid way" on this the red swirly slide.
Benches and bleachers work wonders for dog walks. I find it ironic that as much time as my dogs run across the wooden and metal bleachers I do not have any pictures of it. I do have them standing on the bleachers somewhere but not sure where those are hosted. Bleachers are also cool as you can work at varying heights. Start on the low one and work your way to having them move across the top one with confidence.
This is another great confidence booster. It is hard to tell but this car is on one of the really big springs which causes it to move all over the place even when they are sitting.
Since there is not formal agility training around here I have to be resourceful in maintaining confidence and fun in whatever way I can. I still think it would be awesome to have a "MacGyver" agility match using whatever you can find.
Just running full speed in the woods is great practice for weave poles. Not to mention slick footing with mud, rocks, leaves, pine needles and brances/sticks......
OK now did I miss anything?
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Kaylee Cheyenne 5/09