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Friends Are Everywhere

Red Pine Mountain logoLogan Log Dog, named because of his love of carrying huge logs, wanted to go for a hike in the woods but he didn’t want to go alone.

His best friend, Emma, was playing dress up as girls sometimes like to do.

Emma the golden retriever, plays dress up.

But Logan decided to go anyway. “Gee I wish I had a friend,” Logan thought as he headed towards the woods. But wait, what was that up ahead? A red and white creature. “Maybe it’s friendly? I think I’ll go see.”

Logan Log Dog meets Bliss the mini horse for the first time.

“You don’t smell like a dog,” Logan said. “But you’re about the same size as me.”

Logan tries licking Bliss to see if she's a dog.

“You don‘t have fur like a dog either. And you‘re awfully quiet. I wish you’d tell me your name.

“But you seem friendly. Want to go for a walk? Don’t be scared. Just grab my tail and follow me, and I’ll protect you.”

Bliss grabs Logan's tail and follows him on a walk.

“Why do you keep stopping?”

Logan wonders why Bliss keeps stopping to smell grass.

“What is it with that green stuff? May I try it?”

Logan asks Bliss if she will share her grass with him.

“I have an idea. Let’s play fetch. I‘ll share my stick with you.”

Logan tries to get Bliss to pay fetch.

“This is how you do it.”

Logan shows Bliss how to carry a stick.

“I just don’t understand why you keep eating so much green stuff. Maybe I should take you home.”

Logan wonders why Bliss keeps stopping to eat grass.

“Thanks for coming with me. Can I give you a goodbye kiss?”

Logan gives Bliss a goodbye kiss.

“What a great friend even if she doesn’t know how to woof.”