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    Wednesday, November 02, 2011


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    Seanna Lea

    He looks thrilled. I have to admit that I'm a little wary about letting Victor off leash. He loves the other animals a little too much, and doesn't seem to understand that some animals are bigger or more deadly than he is.


    Awesome! Dixie always loved our walks "down back" to the river because she could go leash-less.


    It was a glorious day here, too. Jake, Buddy, and I took a long walk, too, although I don't have an area where I can let them off leash. Don't you love this time of year? Glad you are feeling well and enjoying it.


    Bet he'll be catching up on his sleep today! What a fun outing for both of you. Enjoy these (fleeting) glorious fall days.


    Great picture! What a gorgeous day you both had to enjoy in such a pretty setting. Bet you each had big smiles on your faces.


    This makes me happy.


    But isn't Mr. Jeffries always smiling?

    It's been a great fall (except for that silly snow thing).


    Go Mr. J Go! ;-)


    Woo Hoo!

    I'm so glad he had a good trip up the hill.


    Days like that are even more glorious after that nasty snow stuff... We have to enjoy the hell out of them, knowing they won't last.
    Glad to see you're feeling better and ready to rumble again!

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