Oppurtunistic squash and tomatoes growing in the compost
Tess relaxes on the deck
Topper (Happy) the puppy says hello
Aren't I cute?
Topper says hello again
Investigating the stick just like puppies should, startle a bit, then go and sniff. Confident, curious, healthy boys.
I like the white paws.
Still unsuccessful photo. I waited until it got a bit too dark for the rapid shutter speed to work.
Mustafah, Topper, and Peanut.
Tikko's half brother, Oreo. Quite the looker. Long, lean, leggy.
Tikko's Cousin, Thor. Almost as big. A little shy with nice perky ears.
Jack. Toppers full brother. The one I wanted to take home but couldn't quite fit in with work. Ugh. Work. He's so beautiful and very much a people pleaser. 11 months old. Nice nice dog.
Little Jack's face. Cute.
Grace, Tikko's full sister. I was tempted to take her when I got Tikko. The two of them would've been quite easy to handle. Real calm for a sled dogs, people oriented. She has beautiful eyes.
Grace says hello. She's very friendly and not overwhelming.
This is Emma, I think. Sweet little girl.
Tikko pulling the scooter down the dark road. He wanted Tessa to help him out a bit. I haven't hooked him up to anything in a long time. We've had some good canicrossing recently, though. That's a bit tough on the plantar fascitis. I think canicross is limited in use.