Our Lone Wolf Model

Our lone wolf model is maximizing his camera time to demonstrate his ability to thrive on his own. Until someone blows his cover.

Our lone wolf model handles the solo guard duty.

Our lone wolf model handles the solo guard duty.

Landon would have you believe that everyone else is inside, enjoying the soft luxuries of life, while he labors away in the wilderness.

Was that a snap of a stalker I heard?

Was that a snap of a stalker I heard?

Sort of a stalker, Landon. If you consider the Hu-Dad with a camera to be a wild stalker sneaking up on you.

Time to move to the safety of the outpost, the solo warrior prepares.

Time to move to the safety of the outpost, the solo warrior prepares.

There is just one problem with the scenario you are creating for our readers, Landon. A slightly wider shot reveals quite a bit.

That boy. Quite the vivid imagination.

That boy. Quite the vivid imagination.

5 Comments

  1. All Things Collie on October 10, 2018 at 8:22 pm

    Aww, he is definitely the one in charge! (at least in his mind!) But he is a very handsome model!

  2. Nicole Tester on October 10, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    He is a cutie.

  3. Lori on October 10, 2018 at 9:27 am

    I is brave! I is a fearless warrior! I is…. oh my, what was dat noise?! I is hiding behind my brave sister!

  4. JoCindy on October 10, 2018 at 9:16 am

    Is Boom Boom trying out for a Security Uniform to honor Miss Kiska??

  5. Jean B Burkhardt on October 10, 2018 at 6:29 am

    Another hilarious narrative about “The adventures of Landon”-lol. You were trying to get us to THINK Landon you were such a brave security lookout and all the while you weren’t alone!!!!

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