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Still a pup

Fayston, Vermont. Wagmore is one! To celebrate this first anniversary, here’s a look back at some of the many wonderful dogs and their people who participated. 64 more words

Merry Maker

Waitsfield, Vermont. With Linda and Bill Barnes and Merriam the puppy in the Festival Gallery, where Linda volunteers. This is an adoption update from my October 29, 2015 post, … 130 more words

Tail-thwap Thursday

Fayston, Vermont. Wagmore Wednesday slid into Tail-Thwap Thursday this month as life obstructed my blog schedule.  I became a spontaneous and accidental tree hugger last month – I now sport a souvenir dent on my helmet – and I somehow managed to hurt my arm and shoulder in my low-speed crash, thus impacting my ability to hold my big girl camera. 44 more words

Starting Something

Waitsfield, Vermont.  With Brigitte Ritchie, co-founder of Golden Huggs Rescue.

Rusty is from Louisiana. When I adopted him I had just been diagnosed with cancer. Adopting a Golden was on my bucket list.   410 more words

Experiencing Quintessential Vermont Wilderness

Vermont is best known for maple sugar, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream and quixotic politicians. Lesser known are the state’s secluded wilderness areas. One of Vermont’s most obscure and seldom visited wilderness areas is Phen Basin, a thickly wooded tract of mountainous terrain on the west side of the Mad River Valley in north central Vermont. 966 more words

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Note: When a litter of adoptable, adorable, healthy puppies is maybe 50 yards away from my office desk, I am compelled to break my own rule of not featuring dogs up for adoption.
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