Hubby says he knows where you are...I still am not sure. We were off from 185th on Pheasant Lane going east on the right hand side just before you round a corner, there was a gate across the entrance to our driveway. We loved that area. Pheasant Lane was gravel when we moved there and only a few houses on the street.
We lived on Pheasant Lane for over 30 years and we can't remember where the Smokette Kennels was...recognize the name. Remember where the azalea nursery was, are you near there? Jay Street off from 185th. Smokette Kennels must go back a few years...
You left a comment on my page about the little graphic I have as my icon.
And yes it is available for sale! The website is: http://www.cafepress.com/dogs_of_war/744158
They have tons of other breeds too - and where the little banner below says "Welsh" you can replace with your dogs name. They also have a bunch of other breeds and cat ones too! Mugs t-shirts posters the whole lot.
Thanks for popping by my little area of the interwebz. Feel free to push on by anytime. Now I got pictures to post :D
It's a little stranger than that. Mandy was my first wife's dog and I never realized how completely hers and not mine until my wife died and Mandy refused to acknowledge that I existed. She'd run out to get in the car of any woman who visited. I gave her to my daughter in law and they worked hard to get her to function again. When my daughter in law got pregnant she took up station between her and the door throughout the pregnancy. From the granddaughter's birth Mandy has been a constant guardian. Her next favorite people are my two sons. everybody else, including the daughter in law is after that. It seems that she still misses her original "Mommy" and can tell who is a blood relation.