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Prior Two Weeks
During our walk yesterday, Hu-Dad laughed and laughed. When we asked him what was so funny, he said it was our poor observation skills.
Choosing TV shows to watch can be a challenging debate in any household, but Landon can sink his teeth into a program he wants to watch.
Sunday afternoon’s rains stopped before sunset giving us a chance for an evening walk just in time for the Oyster Landing High Tide.
The old Chez Herd has already seen multiple snows and frigid temperatures, but here at Chez Herd By The Sea, it is the middle of autumn.
A certain beverage stalker circling Hu-Dad’s desk does his absolute best to proclaim his innocence when his intentions become obvious.
The sun had set, everyone else was headed for bed, but Late Landon was still stirring up the humans with his antics in the living room.
As our home renovations come closer and closer to completion, we are scheduling our fence installation. Yes, fencing coming soon!
A moment of innocence between a pair of brothers captured on film revealed the treachory underneath—instigating the instigator.
Who can figure out a way to mix a cat, a mountain of oyster shells, two fish & wildlife officers, and a pack of Siberian Huskies into one story? We can!
Siberian Huskies are often accused of taking advantage of a moment of human weakness and today’s story does not help our defense case.
Resisting Hu-Dad’s photography is one of our prized skills and Frankie demonstrates keeping your eyes wide shut for every single shot.
Our walk Sunday evening took us on one of our favorite routes and to our favorite destination where we could enjoy an Oyster Landing Sunset.