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Welcome to The Thundering Herd, a website dedicated to a team of misbehaving Siberian Huskies and their hapless humans.

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Snow Faces Around Chez Herd

December 10, 2017 | 6

Hu-Dad went to work plowing the driveway and shoveling the walks while we played, a perfect time for us to … Read moreSnow Faces Around Chez Herd

A lot more snow than expected.

First Snow of The Season – Serious Fun

December 9, 2017 | 5

Our first snow of the season finally fell – a serious amount of snow – which created a lot of … Read moreFirst Snow of The Season – Serious Fun

early present - big bro is back

An Early Present: Big Bro Is Back – Film Friday

December 8, 2017 | 4

In the spirit of the holiday season, Landon is thankful for an early present – his big brother, Frankie Suave, … Read moreAn Early Present: Big Bro Is Back – Film Friday

I am Typhoon. Hear me roar!

A Typhoon Phooey Blockade

December 7, 2017 | 3

Typhoon has enjoyed being king of the porch in Frankie Suave’s absence, but how does his blockade hold when Frankie … Read moreA Typhoon Phooey Blockade

When he is not tending to our needs, our Hu-Dad writes short stories, takes photographs, and creates animations and videos - Conjuring Reality in many forms. Visit his website at

Latest Posts From D.K. Wall

  • Middle Name Club
    by D.K. Wall on December 6, 2017 at 8:05 pm

    My father thought it would be cool to go through life using your middle name. So, he did it. Not to himself. To me. I am D. Kirk Wall. Friends and family call me Kirk. I write using my initials, D.K. Wall. Only those who don’t know better use my first name, Darryl. The problem ... Read […]

  • Moonlight On The Marsh
    by D.K. Wall on November 13, 2017 at 6:28 pm

    During our vacation at Huntington Beach State Park (SC), we were returning from a dinner in a restaurant. As we began to cross the causeway, we noticed the brilliant full moon rising in the east and the moonlight sparking off of the clear waters of the marsh. After dropping my passengers off, I […]

  • Harry Truman Saved My Life
    by D.K. Wall on November 8, 2017 at 7:22 pm

    Vacationing in New Orleans back in June 2000, we discovered the newly opened D-Day Museum, an extensive series of exhibits dedicated to the landings of the Allied Forces on the Beaches of Normandy. Through a series of expansions, connections to the Smithsonian, and designation by Congress, the […]