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Looking at Nordåsvannet from mount Fløyen in Bergen - Norway
And now I go down into the woods:
Hey, its just so windy today...
Oh why did I open this thread?! So jealous of everyone here! My wife and I want nothing more than to hear the pitter patter of little paws. Or in our case, big paws as we have our hearts set on a Newfoundland.
Brie: Responsible for my wife and I meeting.
Star (named by my son): Newest member of the family.
Buffalo: Rescued from a very hard life. RIP buddy.
Apologize for the large pics.
So sorry for your loss
My puppy, pictured above, has just turned twelve. She is the light of my life. I have had a few remarkable dogs that have enriched my life, and I know how incredibly difficult it will be to lose her. My condolences to those of you that have experienced the loss of a pet. The dogs pictured above that have passed away look like a special crew and have clearly blessed the lives of their human companions. In the past, and again in the not too terribly distant future, I plan to read it again. I highly recommend it to anyone who has lost their "best friend." Another book, well worth reading is pictured below...