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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG – ANOTHER WEEK February 26, 2011

Posted by wmmbb in DOG BLOG -.
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This past week I have been caught up with event happening elsewhere. There was the earthquake in Christchurch and the continuing political earthquake in the Middle East and North Africa. Time passes quickly with such occupations.

Who knows what Sasha and Dexter are experiencing and they are not talking, although perhaps they like we humans never stop communicating. It is known that Sasha and Dexter like to go out on their walk. And I suppose they are pretty lucky that they can promenade through the bush, although not without dangers. Gum trees have a habit of shedding branches, which I suppose is not as bad as pine cones falling.

Here are some photos from last March and April. The collages are new:

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Since bush fires are a concern, this song is not a good selection. Let us hope the lyrics have a metaphorical attachment to the democratic revolution in the Middle East and North Africa:

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We missed Friday Ark last week. I feel concerned about presenting old photos.
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The photos are stored and made possible by Picasa.

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wmmbb - February 26, 2011

I don’t use any uploading technology other than the “blog” button on Picasa. Then I copy the photos directly here. I am not sure how that would work other than in a blog/Blogger environment.


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