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A while back, I was poking through the San Francisco Patagonia Store, shopping for a nice packable jacket. San Francisco rarely requires a down jacket, especially for someone with broad temperature tolerances, but sometimes it gets cold, and it can … Continue reading
I don’t know what it is with all these birthday dogs I keep running into. I was wandering around SF today and I ran into yet another. I think they said his name is Seek (I figure it’s a lot … Continue reading
I wonder how long this has been around and I just never noticed it? Looks pretty new, so maybe not too long. It’s amazingly well done. Wonder if the artist lives there?
I ran across this rather unusual flower while I was out wandering a couple of weeks ago. Pretty, don’t you think? Man. Brutal vaccine reaction, followed by eighteen hours of work over this weekend. I need a vacation. Instead, I … Continue reading
These were taken on the same day as the dog with the … amusing note from yesterday. So I’m not entirely sure, but I think this might be Woods, the six-month-old miniature pinscher mix.
Okay, so I’m pushing the definition of puppy here, but Maggie is still only 10 months old. Quite a big ‘un, isn’t she?
Sage (1, girl) and these two didn’t know each other at all, but she was totally up for being hugged by her new friends.
Cookie (short for Cookies And Cream Ice Cream!) is an eight-year-old Great Dane puppy. Why ‘puppy’? Well, apparently she had walked several miles when I ran across her, and was getting tired of walking… she wanted to run!
Most of the Lokis I’ve seen are either huskies or corgis, both breeds well known for their… well-developed senses of humor. This pup definitely has some of that. I was eating at an outdoor table at a little restaurant in San … Continue reading