One Week Until Thereby Hangs A Tail

These opossums are quick little dudes. They also call them manicous here in St. Lucia. We rented a car, me and Bernie, to pick up Suzie at the airport. They drive on the other side of the road here. Took Bernie some time to get the hang of it. Maybe he actually needs a little more time. 

Today: a hike. 

Thanks, B. Stover – yes, Colonel Bob flew us down.


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7 Responses to “One Week Until Thereby Hangs A Tail”

  1. B. Stover
    4:42 am on December 29th, 2009

    Every time Bernie gets behind the wheel he just needs to say to himself, "Left, left, left….." (The first time I drove on a roundabout in England I thought I'd never get off.)

  2. Cosmo
    5:12 am on December 29th, 2009

    Good luck with the driving Bernie, sounds like "B" gave you some good advice! My Mom can't wait until your next adventure comes out next week!

  3. Kristi with Katie an
    6:10 am on December 29th, 2009

    Can't wait for the next adventure Chet!

  4. Melanie
    11:20 am on December 29th, 2009

    We had a book from Amazon and we hoped it was yours in an early release. No such luck. Waiting impatiently.

  5. Rebecca Rice
    12:24 pm on December 29th, 2009

    I haven't anticipated a book release this much since the last Harry Potter book came out!

  6. abbiethekitty
    8:32 pm on December 29th, 2009

    My staff has her book ordered and hopes to get a call saying it is in very soon. She has an independent bookstore here in Minneapolis that gives her wonderful service. (Uncle Edgar's) Love those little bookstores.

  7. Gladys Marlin
    2:26 am on December 30th, 2009

    Just finished "Dog on It" and ordered "Thereby Hangs a Tail". Loved the story and loved all of Chets musings on the human condition. Can't wait for the new book! Keep 'em coming!

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