Love that picture.Did you loose Hogan? My sympathies go out to you! It's terrible loosing a dog. I did many years ago, and I still cry when I think about her.
The picture looks great I love it. I think the text should be centered though. Have you ever thought of publishing a calendar or coffee table book with your photo's?
No, no, no . . .Hogan is still with us. In fact, as I write this he's chewing my foot, trying to intimidate me into taking him for a walk.What gave you that idea?
Thank you for saying that, Jeremy. Wish my photos were good enough for a coffee table book, but I'm still learning the art.I'll try the text centered. Thanks for the suggestion.
Ginger was under the impression that Hogan passed because you put the date after Hogan at the end of your post. Thank goodness that Hogan is still with us. From his part in your books Hogan feels like a family friend.
I bet there's a body decomposing behind that blue door...
I was thinking skeletal remains, with a rusty pistol next to them.I'll have to do something about the date in the bio page ... I can see why Ginger thought it was an exit date.
Nobody mentioned a pistol, Kisor. Want to tell us how you knew about it? Hmmmm.
Uh, er, pistol? Did I say pistol, Detective? Oh, that . . .