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Faithful Watch Dog

Postby Ceropegia » Sun Apr 24, 2016 12:44 am

In 2004, I found this stuffed dog in the drive up to the site where my house was being built. The place I found it is in the middle of the woods acres away from any other dwelling. How it got there is a mystery. I placed in on a rock facing the driveway. That was 12 years ago. It is still there today faithfully keeping watch on the driveway.

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Postby TomCofer » Sun Apr 24, 2016 2:20 am

Looks like mother nature is trying to claim him.
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Re: Faithful Watch Dog

Postby Didereaux » Mon May 01, 2017 3:04 pm

Ceropegia wrote:In 2004, I found this stuffed dog in the drive up to the site where my house was being built. The place I found it is in the middle of the woods acres away from any other dwelling. How it got there is a mystery. I placed in on a rock facing the driveway. That was 12 years ago. It is still there today faithfully keeping watch on the driveway.



That is neat! an icon doing precisely the most prized of dogs attributes...it's loyalty! Photo is Well done, KUDOS
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Re: Faithful Watch Dog

Postby Ceropegia » Mon May 01, 2017 4:35 pm

Didereaux wrote:
Ceropegia wrote:In 2004, I found this stuffed dog in the drive up to the site where my house was being built. The place I found it is in the middle of the woods acres away from any other dwelling. How it got there is a mystery. I placed in on a rock facing the driveway. That was 12 years ago. It is still there today faithfully keeping watch on the driveway.



That is neat! an icon doing precisely the most prized of dogs attributes...it's loyalty! Photo is Well done, KUDOS


Thanks, I haven't checked on it yet this year - may have difficulty finding it, mother nature is trying very hard to obliterate it..
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Re: Faithful Watch Dog

Postby Charles Haacker » Tue May 02, 2017 1:11 am

I love that you can still see his snout, eye (barely) and ear. (OK)
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Re: Faithful Watch Dog

Postby St3v3M » Tue May 02, 2017 2:25 am

Charles Haacker wrote:I love that you can still see his snout, eye (barely) and ear. (OK)

I thought it was a real dog at first and wondered what this dog had gotten into. What an amusing story and an incredible eye to see it! S-
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