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Because our Super Nephew was coming to visit yesterday, Hu-Dad opted to get some early pictures of us, so pardon our morning face.
Typically, Hu-Dad takes our photographs in the afternoon or early evening, primarily because he works in his study from early morning until mid-afternoon. We normally get up around 6 every morning (including those mornings Hu-Dad thinks he might sleep late, but we disagree) and head outside. Breakfast is served “on the veranda” (aka, our covered porch) around 7. Hu-Dad decided to head out into the yard for some early morning pictures, but none of us left the porch. After all, we have a schedule, too!
He should be thankful he captured the pictures we are showing. After all, look between Landon’s ears above and you will notice Cheoah napping in her crate. It’s exhausting so early in the morning.
Thoughts on the new web design
Thank you to everyone for the feedback on the changes to our website. Most of the comments were quite positive (we are happy you are happy!), and we are taking seriously the suggestions for improvement. Please drop us a note via our contact page or in the comments below of any thoughts you have.
Two things we have heard loud and clear:
First, the subscribe bar across the top of the screen was blocking the view, particularly on mobile devices. That was fixed yesterday and you should no longer have such an obstruction.
Secondly, the new email service is not delivering as well as it should. We are working on that with the hope of improving their deliverability, but are also preparing to move to another provider. Unfortunately, our old approach is being discontinued, so we were having to find a replacement solution anyway. Just wanted our subscribers to know we hear you and are working on making it better. Please be patient for a couple of days and we will get it fixed.
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Way Back Wednesday
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Lots of snow, lots of rain, muddy roads, four-wheel drive, and an open jeep window. This is when a dog should not hold their head out of the window, as demonstrated by Natasha and Kodiak as they show off their Mud Freckles.