Siberian Husky translation by novelist D. K. Wall
Cheesewhiz here. Wondering what we are watching from the Jeep?
Ok, true, we are watching bugs, but that is not what I really meant.
No, we are watching something far more beautiful.
Oh, my, it’s goin’ to be another week at least until we get up to the mountains. Sigh…
Thanks for stoppin’ by.
Y’all come by now,
Hawk aka Browndog
I knew it would be something worthwhile!
Throw in a good stick, and you have the perfect evening! Beautiful photo… and the sunset was nice, too!
with love from the Bleu
Sunset AND bugs the only short of a perfect evening is a little duck jerky! Have a great weekend!
Remy and Flash
Hey Cheesewhiz, those sunsets are beautiful but I will take bugs any day.
Woos ~ Ciara
Sunsets are beautiful and I like to watch them, too. But I also like what they Mean, which is the end of the day, and time for a snack, then find your favorite sleeping place for a long night’s snooze. Ah, just perfect!
Ice ‘n me got to admit, life is just so “Woofin’ good!” Watching bugs, and watching sunsets with our people. Couldn’t be any better.
What a sweet, wonderful face on the Cheesewhiz!!!
I’m glad to see that you have enough attention to be able to concentrate on two different things at once! After all, you have to keep an eye on those bugs, even when a beautiful sunset is there to appreciate!
We love watching sunsets.
Cheesewhiz’s sweet face eclipses the sunset!
I like atching sunsets too!
I do that too with my human, she’s nuts about sunsets and so I’m just trying to figure out what the deal is all about. Interesting concept! But it doesn’t feed you…
The sunset is pretty, but we think the bugs are more fun.
Hey there Herd,
I’ve been busy lately, but its nice to see that you guys are well. Beautiful sunsets, beautiful walks, Happy Independance day, beautiful Qannik and interesting birds. Hope the latter (at least some of them) survived. Next time…I suggest a small mirror on a stick. That way they shouldn’t be disturbed so much 🙂
Anyway, nice to see you all again.
MAXMOM IN SOUTH AFRICA
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