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The Spring Dance Season

The Spring Dance Season

Alison (vocals and jew’s harp), Mose (keyboard and harmonica), and Wallace (bass fiddle) were unable to practice very much during the long northeastern winter.  Conditions in the kennel were not exactly ideal for playing music.  A pack of 15 stray mutts in various sizes, colors and temperaments were unceremoniously dropped off by the surly dog [...]

Marcus and Jack go on Vacation

Marcus and Jack go on Vacation

Although Marcus and Jack lived together (with a couple of humans) in an apartment in Queens, they were only able to spend quality time with each other when they went on vacation, usually to Santa Fe. At home, Jack was often away, hanging out (and sometimes getting into serious trouble) with a pack of stray [...]

May 4th Pix of Radar the Mutt

May 4th Pix of Radar the Mutt

I’ve been at this blog for almost two months now, and have yet to discover how to find an audience.  I know I have my loyal audience of 6 subscribers, and I urge them to send this link on to their address book people.  But I admit that it’s odd writing a blog when it [...]

Ridge Road – Hot Dog!

Ridge Road – Hot Dog!

This morning we went for a walk on Ridge Road. As with all the roads in this town, it’s a dirt road. This time of year the frost that’s been in the roads all winter starts melting and rising which creates soft roads = our famous Mud Season. It hasn’t been too bad this year [...]

Squirrel Hunt

Squirrel Hunt

Most of the winter we feed wild birds. The wire basket bird feeder, loaded with black sunflower seeds, hangs on one leg of a ‘T’ at the top of a long aluminum pole attached to the deck. A few feet up from the deck is an old whiskey bottle that serves to keep the red [...]

A Studio Interview


In Anna Dibble's studio: Kimberly Wang of Eardog Productions
Studio shots, & Pepper, Radar and Theo

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