HI everyone, thanks for the welcome to the group.  My name is Rebecca, and my corgi's name is Timber.  We live and play in Anchorage, Alaska.  I met my first corgi in Fairbanks, AK, and I've been hooked ever since.  I've often heard that I shouldn't get a corgi because I'm the adventurous type.  "That dog is too short to be climbing mountains; you should get a husky or a lab instead."  Otto - the corgi that inspired it all - was definitely one adventurous dude.  Then I found this group, and became so inspired by John, Gwynnie, and Al's photos.  I hope that Timber and I will have similar adventures in Alaska!  I can't wait to share photos with everyone.  I definitely enjoy reading everyone's blogs and seeing all of your photos!

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Comment by Hayley Roda on March 7, 2015 at 5:59pm

Amazing! Corgi's are tough doggies and people who say that they aren't capable don't know enough about the breed to know how flexible they are in the exercise needs and abilities! :-)

Comment by Linda on March 5, 2015 at 1:51pm

Welcome Rebecca and Timber!  Not overly adventurous here....we're all seniors (corgis and humans) but we do enjoy a good walk and a game of fetch.

Looking forward to hearing about your adventures as will as see pictures!

Comment by Avyon on March 5, 2015 at 10:07am

Hi Rebecca and Timber! uh... well.. We've gone to VT and had maple syrup treats. Does that count? 

Can't wait to see what adventures you get into :) Welcome!

Comment by susan on March 5, 2015 at 9:09am

I've taken Jeli to an elevation of about ...30 feet, give or take.  We live in Florida. 


Welcome Rebecca. 

Comment by Denis J. on March 5, 2015 at 7:49am
Our tallest mountain in our province is Mount Carleton, New Brunswick at just under 2700' for about a 2-3 hour climb. I'm planning to take it on with Wally for a day trip late spring early summer. I assume lots of water and plenty of snacks is the way to go. :)
Comment by John Wolff on March 5, 2015 at 1:40am

Yes, they're too short for climbing mountains.  I haven't been able to get them any higher than 9000' (the Cascades' footings are low) or go more than 24 miles in 14 hrs. with 9000' of total gain.  But 1 corgi is all you need on a 3-dog night because it fits inside your sleeping bag.

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