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Author Archives: The Dogfather
This is a compilation of video clips that were shot on a GoPro Hero 3+ (Black Edition), while either mounted on a pole, or mounted to Molly’s collar. All videos were shot in the Haagse Bos (a large park in … Continue reading
Make the time. Always take that extra car ride or walk, no matter how worn out from the day you may feel. When the time comes that your friend is no longer with you, I guarantee you’ll wish you’d spent … Continue reading
At first I was alone, but I was too young to understand. I did not realize that I had been turned loose to the street, left at some shelter, or simply abandoned or neglected. I was never alone, though, for … Continue reading
Short video of our sunrise beach day outing with Eva, Honey, Ollie, and Louie. This is what it’s all about. Shot and edited using GoPro Hero 3+ and GoPro Editor software. The song is Elation by the Isbells. Enjoy!
I thought I’d share a light-hearted look at a current situation that is anything but…hope you enjoy. The picture isn’t mine; hopefully, the owner is okay with my sharing.
Just another beautiful weekend in the Bahamas (bugs aside), and what better way to spend it than by enjoying the company of four dogs at the beach. Honey loves her island doggie friends Eval, Nino, and Ollie, among others. The … Continue reading
Okay, so it’s been a great deal of time (way too long) since I posted anything, but I wanted to share an update to my last post, “On the Hunt.” I am proud to report that Honey was the lucky … Continue reading
After some discussion on the matter, we decided to leave the twins (Libby and Molly) with Debbie in California, and adopt another dog to bring with me to the Bahamas. We are excited about adding another member to the Fosterpack … Continue reading
After some much needed time at home, I finally had to bite the bullet and make the drive across the country from Orcutt, CA to West Palm Beach, FL. From there, I caught a small plane to my current duty … Continue reading