Ancient New World Dogs (More)


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15 Responses to “Ancient New World Dogs (More)”

  1. Masquers
    7:49 am on July 12th, 2018

    First? Now off to read the article…looks interesting.

  2. BearSpiritDog
    7:52 am on July 12th, 2018


  3. B.Stover
    8:23 am on July 12th, 2018

    Interesting if true. I want to find more information. (And with all of the pop-up ads the article was difficult to read.)

    Good morning all.

  4. Herd of Hounds
    8:43 am on July 12th, 2018

    Morning Masquers and BSD and B and everyone. Sometimes we question the words human and humane. Interesting article.
    Make this Thursday the best.

  5. Masquers
    9:23 am on July 12th, 2018

    Good morning B, HOH, and everyone.

    Would like to believe there is some Native American blood in our heritage. Those Europeans who conquered America were ruthless. The book Barkskins by Annie Proulx is the fateful tale of the fall of our ancient forests and the multigenerational greed of those invaders.

    A wunderfluffing appointment coming up this morning…soon will be looking bright-eyed and fluffy-tailed again.

    Looking to be a beautiful sunny day here. May you all enjoy the same.

  6. Wose-The Small and Meek
    10:04 am on July 12th, 2018


    Interesting article. I agree with HRH,B…these pop-up ads are distracting.

    Another beautiful sunny, low humidity day in this neck of the woods.

    Good day to all!

  7. Hobbitz
    10:28 am on July 12th, 2018

    I have a full house of guests at the Hobbit Hotel so slept in Nana’s Room on the new comfy bed. Nana needs to come back and check it out. New and improved!

    Rio: the magic of special treatment is with visit #3. Dawson was upgraded to the master bedroom suite with heated floors in the master bathroom on her third visit, ditto for Sharon and Digger. Since Dawson was enjoying her upgrade at the same time as Nana’s third visit, I named her room after her. So two more visits for you pal and still Mr. Big and Sadie have to approve an upgrade. No problem for Dawson and HOH guests but I am not sure about you. I recall you kept stealing Sadie’s bed and toys.

    Long day today.

  8. Herd of Hounds
    1:35 pm on July 12th, 2018

    Our Peeps loved the heated bathroom floor. Mr. Big was nice enough to share it with them.

  9. dawson
    2:56 pm on July 12th, 2018

    CHobbitz: The heated bathroom floor! The jacuzzi tub! The bend-over-backwards hospitality! Alaskan scenery and culture! What is not to love? Some of you may know that I drove to Alaska from Montana in 1993, looking for a nice small town to move to, when the car broke down here and I fell madly in love with a Canadian.

    Here is what was a pile of dirt 2 years ago and became the wee ones memorial garden. Most of the flowers were grown from seed or scrounged from others. Many of the seeds were taken from my mother-in-law’s last garden after she passed away.

  10. dawson
    2:58 pm on July 12th, 2018


  11. Herd of Hounds
    3:28 pm on July 12th, 2018

    Oh Dawson, drop dead gorgeous.

  12. Wose-The Small and Meek
    3:44 pm on July 12th, 2018

    Dawson: A true life fairy tale! Love the colors of the garden!

  13. Hobbitz
    6:14 pm on July 12th, 2018

    Dawson: I know you are Hobbit-sized. Your plants are so tall! You would vanish if you walked among them. It looks like you have a big house too. Maybe Nana and I should do a road trip one of these days. It has been too long since my Plunderer Passport got a new stamp.

  14. Staff
    8:07 pm on July 12th, 2018

    DAWSON! I am amazed at the height of those plants! WOWZER!

  15. dawson
    12:08 am on July 13th, 2018

    Heh, heh. I took the picture from a sitting position so the plants look taller than they really are. The sunflowers are only 6 or 7 feet tall. I should’ve taken pictures of the sunflowers I had last year. They were about 12 feet tall and 16 inches across!

    Hobbitz: The house is too big for us two. The basement was always rented until it sprung a leak. Now that the foundation has been re-done I told myself I would finish the basement but I still have not done anything. It needs painting in a real bad way and flooring throughout. Basically it is storage for books and miscellaneous. One of the bedrooms is where I start the seedlings. However, any Plunderers who venture this far will be put up in a hotel. Not as many stars as the Hobbitz Hotel but it’d do. 🙂

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