Lone Wolf

Today, we study the legendary lone wolf, the creature so tough, so independent, so rugged that he is comfortable striking out on his own.

lone wolf

In the distance, we have spotted a lone wolf.

Or, in our case, we have the youngster who has wrestled everyone willing (or, able) and still has energy left to explore Sibe Quentin.

more energy

Is it my fault that I have more stamina than the rest of them?

Of course, it is also possible that a certain young man has done something that has resulted in his banishment from the porch. No one is talking.

regal look.

Let me strike my regal look for posterity.

1 Comment

  1. Mom 'n Ice on November 13, 2014 at 3:08 pm

    Mom ‘n Ice agree on this one: Knowing Typhoon, we’d venture a guess that the “banishment” by the Herd is the most likely scenario. (Only temporarily, of course!)

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