Day four was a tough day. Rob and Shelia showed up at the gate; their first visit. Shelia is a young German Shepherd pup, innocent and sweet. Rob is in his late twenties, 5’9” plus, muscular tattooed arms, shaved head. I stopped them at the entry and asked for tags. The required tags presented, Shelia confirmed to be over 4 months old by a month (a dog must be at least 4 months to enter the park) and the daily fee paid they entered.
All seemed well for about 20 minutes until
Updated 07-04-2011 at 10:25 AM by kittypaws
A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines
I posted this in the book review section, but on re-reading it, I though it was perhaps as much about my experience as the book and film. It is cetainly relevant to an Uncle of mine.
A Kestrel for a Knave was written by Barry Hines; a writer who originates from a South Yorkshire mining village. It is based upon the stories and events that Hines came across through his childhood in the 1950s and 60s.
Billy Caspar is a lad
Updated 07-01-2011 at 06:29 PM by Paulclem
RULE #3 ~ If you do not have an annual pass represented by a blue dog’s head tag ($40 for a year) on your dog’s collar or you present it independently then you must pay a daily use fee of Five Bucks. Pretty simple huh? I have been here three days and I can not count on my two hands the Owners who think this park is free. Hello ~ does this sign not state this quite clearly.
Now that I have finished reading the last of Jane Austen's completed novels here is my personal ranking system of her work, starting with my favorites and working down to least favorite.
1. Pride and Prejudice
3. Sense and Sensibility
4. Northhanger Abbey
5. Mansfield Park
Have you ever journeyed down a road whose aura captures you? The sensations engulf you? It exists to be your favorite as it connects you to some where special.
Is it the change in temperature, the dancing shadows of the trees, the winding of the narrow road, and the anticipation of adventure? I don’t have the answer but I have found such a road and it leads to the Dog Park.
Every dog knows this road and with its head out the car window, its nose collects every