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As some of my regular readers may know, I love road trips. Last year, shortly after my master adopted me, he and I took a 14,000 mile trip for the entire summer. It was the best summer of our lives, … Continue reading
Wow, I am SO glad that my master and I spent a couple weeks in Montana in and around Yellowstone last summer. I decided that today I’d include some pics from our Yellowstone trip since Montana will now never be … Continue reading
If you live in the country, then I don’t have to tell you what a waterdog or a mudpuppy is. But, if you don’t, then let me tell you– because they are really cool. And, like most of us who enjoy … Continue reading
Yesterday, my master spent most of the day building an outhouse at his cabin. I tried to tell him, “Hey, you’re already outside, so you don’t need to go back inside!” But, he wouldn’t listen… First, he had to dig … Continue reading
Well, here they are… answers to ten of the most freq uently asked questions that I get. Being a three-legged dog isn’t the easiest life on the planet, but I don’t have the worst life, either. I spend a lot … Continue reading
How many hens does it take to hatch an egg? The answer is “at least three.” Mind you, there are no dogs allowed the chicken coop–but I overheard the story and saw the video, so I can tell you all … Continue reading
Rapture or no rapture, my master took me camping. Sort of. He took me to the cabin. It’s like camping, but cheating because there’s no tent. I love the cabin. There are a million things to chase and to smell. … Continue reading
Did you ever have one of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences that turned out to be the best time of your life? Last summer, I took a 14,000 mile road trip, and I can’t help but think about it now because it … Continue reading
By now, I bet most humans have seen the footage of the ongoing flooding in the South. These days, I’m usually covered in mud, so my master makes me sit on the porch and look through the sliding glass door … Continue reading