Foto Fur-iday …Our Peeps

Not sure if you remember, but two weeks ago, on our last Foto Fur-iday, we featured photos of some of the terrific people we’ve met on our journey. Well, T and Nollind got their noses a bit out of joint because, although they did show up in a couple of the photos, they felt they were treated as uncredited bystanders. Humans can be so sensitive.

So, anyway, this week we’ve decided to dedicate our blog to our peeps, the most important bipeds in our lives, the ones who rescued us from abandonment and took us into their care, the ones who walk us and feed us and love us every single day. (Do you think we’ve laid it on thick enough?)

There are a ton of photos taken with these two, but here are a few of our faves (in no particular order) …

all of us at corona.jpg

One of our very first travelling photos – Moab in 2011.

Beach boys.jpg

Huntington Beach, California (notice Nollind’s tongue?)

chico winslow 2.jpg

Standin’ on the corner in Winslow, Arizona (Or sittin’ in my case…I’m not much of a conformist)

eljo beach 2.jpg

San Elijo Beach, California

Logan at patagonia bridge

Evening walk at Patagonia State Park, Arizona.

Logan at Bouse.jpg

Hiking near our camp at Bouse, Arizona

Logan hanging at Quartzsite.jpg

Hanging in camp at Quartzsite, Arizona.

Peeps with Sa in Sid chair.jpg

Cuddle time in the RV (I know I don’t look it but I love sitting like this and will do it through an entire movie.)

Peeps with Nollind on the floor.jpg

He shares his furniture … we share our floor.

Summer - lying on the ground with Nollind.jpg

Life on the farm.

merry christmas


That concludes our little T and Nollind photo journey. Hope you enjoyed!


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