Much like bakers who can accurately measure out a pound of flour using the heft as a guide instead of a scale, I can usually tell if Mr. N has lost or gained weight by
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Mr. N at Director Park Every time we visit family in the suburbs, I’m reminded of how much more taxing it can be for urban dogs to walk in the city. I had to return
Portland weather can can be mercurial but there are a limited number of modes: raining, cloudy and sun. During our recent trip to the Midwest, Mr. N experienced all sorts of weather during the week
Taken in the “misting” stage before it started pouring Portland is notorious for rain but we’ve been having even more of a wet deluge than normal. Normally, it mists. But we’ve been getting full-out rain
After what seemed like forty days and forty nights of rain, there was finally a clear spot in the forecast and we headed to 1000 Acres to meet up with another blog friend. My Lif
Watching dogs play is often reminiscent of watching children play. They like to play the same games and often require the same amount of policing. Mr. N and Sage like to expend their energy by playing
The log had a perfect spot for Mr. N to pose. We didn’t want Sage to be left out so we had her jump on top. Perfect double decker log for the two of them.
Mr. N says this is his stick. He stole it rightfully from Sage. And he is going to hang onto it even if he spins right round, right round! It’s almost like flying with his
People often tell me that Mr. N totally understands English. In order to demonstrate his English skills, he is going to explain prepositions in relation to dog poses. On Being on a surface. Useful for
Sage and Mr. N playing tug-of-war against nature (i.e. a tree root). Who will win?