Longleaf Stories

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  1. Enjoyed that same moon here in Ohio, walking at 6 a.m. Ours had a red cast . . .

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  2. dclaud says:

    Does the dog howl at the moon? Do you? I can never resist.


  3. Beth says:

    I’ll bet you don’t even try, David. My guess is you’re an “embrace the inner wolf” kind of guy. I don’t try to resist, either. It’s glorious. Lou has developed an impressive big dog growl, but no howling yet. I’m wondering if we’ll hear it when the coyotes sing close to the house in cooler weather..


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