I posted this once before but it always seems appropriate. It was sent to us by a Cocker breeder we know every well on the passing of our rescue Mia...
Just watch any episode of Magnum. Apart from TC's T3 there are lots of cameo T2s
I used to and parked my '87 Caravelle there but that was a long time ago!
Yes go with what Grantus says. Our Cockers love the T3, so much so it is now the "Hundewagen"
Got it in one. And the '71 Westfalia is ECS 006
This weekend was the annual Maitland Dog Obedience/Cocker Spaniel Society of NSW Obedience, Rally-O and RATG. Here is Kit waiting for a...
For those who don't necessarily share my Spaniel fetish and just to prove I haven't any favourites, this tee shirt arrived for me today
Art work on my latest tee shirt addition. By McCartney Dogs in the US
Back in 2005 the Phantom (doG rest his soul) spots the ball and prepares to attack...
Hmmm... We've rescued quite a few cocker spaniels with all sorts of baggage and the best thing in each case was socialisation with other dogs and...
Come on, there were at least 2 or 3 more than that. Besides there was that Cocker Spaniel. If you weren't at Bugs & Buses you would never have met...
Kit is deeply apologetic about that. But that's just the way he greets people he likes.
Man, they must be blinding when they're clean if these are dirty...
Pea soup fog but clearing to a clear and warm day
Oh well time to go home....
Doesn't work for Celsius...
In the park. I would assume the entrance will be made obvious as with the German days.
I won't be there so someone better take some happy snaps :)
There have always been dogs at that location at every German car day! So I think you are ok.
Another view of the backyard. The topo map has "Subject to inundation" in large friendly letters. Saves on mowing I guess. Back in 2012. It's dry...
To add to the Avian discussion. This is an occasional scene in our backyard. Happens every few years.
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