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Ho-Ho Time of Year … Again!

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Ed Geldens said:   November 23, 2012 8:37 am PST
Hi! Just happened across you webiste very nice! Ed

Hans said:   September 10, 2012 7:53 pm PST
Oh Susan! I like your website! I would like to start one too but don't know how right now. Is this a template on a domain site or what? It confuses me but I will learn how. Hans X

Chuck said:   May 28, 2012 12:01 pm PST
Guess it was just a hiccup when I couldn't get on earlier.

Pam Kan-Rice said:   February 2, 2012 10:19 pm PST
Susan & John, I thoroughly enjoyed your end-of-the-year letter and all the great photos! Sounds like you're staying busy. Good luck with the novel writing. Sun nien fai lok! Pam (After years of saying gung hay faat choy, my aunt tells me that's more appropriate for business people because wishes them prosperity rather than best wishes for the Chinese new year. My aunt is a credible source on Chinese customs because her cousin played the blind guy on the TV show Kung Fu who called the kid "Grasshopper.")

Peter Steel said:   January 9, 2012 7:08 pm PST
Happy New Year, Susan and John. Love the site and your art. Love the yearly letter as always. Apologies for missing your retirement party - I'm a bit of a home body here in my little paradise. If the north coast ever beckons would love to host you two bears in my woods. All the best. Peter

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John (Haole, age 66) with Beau (Catahoula, age 11)

and Orson (Schipperke, age 1.5)
  at the Pt. Isabel Dog Park, Richmond, California
(Photo by Warwick Young)

Clawdius in the midst of
one of his typical 18-hour naps

Our old dog, Beau, has seen it all

Orson (the Destroyer)
impressed by a big storm