full circle in the hundred acre wood


I guess when you have recently had stitches removed from your chest and under your neck, laying flat in a cool spring-fed stream must feel pretty darned good. Can you see Maggie?

 IMG_2998 There she is. The square of missing hair on her back that looks like an aerial view of a clear cut forest is where she had another benign-but-growing lump.

0 thoughts on “Camouflage

  1. Sweet baby. She’s lucky her folks take care of her.


  2. Shaddy says:

    I say ditto to the above reply.


  3. Gullible says:

    Please assure Maggie that reforestation will occur naturally and soon.


  4. Walk says:

    What a dog’s life. I imagine that with the folks that take care of her plus being able to run the Preserve, Maggie’s got to be a multi-millionaire in dog’s terms. She’s got it made.


  5. Beth says:

    Walk, some years ago, a red-haired state senator bought a puppy from a litter of 8 that our late-great Amanda Blackvelvet had. Before leaving with his new pup, he drawled, “When I die, I want to come back as one of Westmark’s dogs.”


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