She has climbed 7 mountains this year, and we failed on an 8th. She gets to go more often lately because Al is recuperating from last September's injury. She's maybe a bit slower than she used to be, but I don't have to wait for her unless it's icy or really steep. She gets the occasional "corgi toss"…Continue
Especially at this festive time of year, want is keenly felt, and abundance rejoices. So we wish continued prosperity to our comfortable friends, and patience while the wheel of fortune turns for those in difficulty. Health to all of our smaller friends who reliably remind us to watch the doughnut, not the…
Our breeder Carrie Hale (Haley PWC) offered to kennel Al & Gwynn for 5 days, and there's nobody better. She's a font of information and advice about all things corgi, generous with her time.
We got to meet Dante, Gwynnie's sire, Al's gradsire, and Autumn Rain, and Twyla. Superb friendly beautiful adorable dogs. I could've cuddled corgis all night.
We learned that Al is a bit underweight, so his rations get increased, Most important, she said he's favoring his left rear…Continue
Al claims the first failure on Glacier Peak's South Ridge by a Pembroke Welsh corgi without supplemental oxygen. We could have done it easily had we been willing to walk the glacier unroped -- as many do -- but Al doesn't do glaciers unroped. As he points out, "Nobody falls into a crevasse that they can see." So…Continue