Tuesday, May 13, 2014

From the 'Flynn Files'. Meet the newest member of our pack, Flynn, the Vizsla. He's 11.5 weeks old today. More on Hungarian Pointers, here, at Animal Planet-Dogs 101. For a beautiful 'love letter' to both Vizslas and the San Francisco Bay area, try 'Vizsla Life in San Francisco'. There are many more awesome vids on You Tube.

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Well, ...I wanted a water dog.

Wow. Here's Tilda, a happy, muddy mess in Riverdale Park West. My girl can neither ignore nor avoid (mud) puddles. Summer 2013.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Miss Teeth

The most current photo of my buddy, Tilda-who will be 6 months old tomorrow.

Thursday, April 14, 2011


The new addition to our family, Tilda, a Portuguese Water Dog, was born on January 18th and we adopted her eight weeks later. Here we are sitting outside our friends Tom and Emilio's Gelato/Ice Cream store, Sweet Creamery on Parliament St. in Cabbagetown, Toronto.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Immigration Blog Interview

I invite you to read my interview at Zhu's blog, "Correr es mi Destino." An endless amount of additional good reading is to be found there. Cheers, and Happy Valentine's Day!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Capilano Suspension Bridge, North Vancouver, BC

Here are several random shots of our trek to North Vancouver to walk the Capilano suspension bridge.

We had two wonderfully sunny days during our trip to Vancouver. The weather during our visit to North Van was a bit more typical - light rain.
What a great picture of my Eric, eh?
The very tourist-y park side of the suspension bridge has a tree top walk. If you are thinking Ewok village on the forest moon of Endor-you get the idea. As always, click on this or any other picture for a larger more detailed view.

The Capilano suspension bridge experience is a complete tourist trap. It's very expensive but rather enjoyable. Free rain ponchos provided if desired. Please return when exiting the park. Thank you.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Coal Harbour, Vancouver, BC

Looking East-ish out over Coal Harbour from Stanley Park.
Vancouver is a highly walkable city. There is a public walk along the water around almost the entire downtown peninsula including Stanley Park.
This view is looking West toward Coal Harbour and Stanley Park from Canada Place. Canada Place was closed-blocked off from the public because of the Olympic games.
Moving west along the Burrard Inlet shore of the city toward Coal Harbour.
Eric and the Marina at Coal Harbour.
One of the many water features outside the buildings in Vancouver.
Nice place to live, eh?