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It has been quite a while since I've put anything up here.  A lot has happened since the last update, including the death of Pat's father and everything involved in dealing with his estate.  But I don't want anyone to think that I've completely forgotten about this site, so here are a few pictures from the last 17 months.

In January of 2013 Zoe cut a pad on one paw, and we didn't want her to lick and chew at it, so she got a cute little sock.  Of course, she thought it was all done to torture her.
         

Bob is ready for dinner, and wants to make sure Pat knows about it.


I don't remember what was going on here, but Bob's obviously in the middle of it and Zoe's just bored.
         

Every morning Pat does her exercises before breakfast, and Bob is always there to help with the push-ups.


On July 19th we were at Pat's father's house dealing with the results of a burst water supply line when Albuquerque was hit by a severe thunderstorm, which resulted in a considerable amount of hail.  Taken through a screen door with my old cell phone.


Later in the summer we got the chance to visit with friends at their cabin in the Jemez mountains.  Here's a view from the porch, and a reverse view of the cabin.  A pretty nice place to visit.
         

Here's the 2013 Halloween pumpkin:


A little bit of snow in the first week of December:


And a typical view of Bob being his usual friendly self:

You wouldn't think it from the picture but he is really a great little dog, he just thinks he always has to show everyone how tough he is.

Luminarias on Christmas Eve:


On Christmas Day everyone wants to sit in the recliner, but only if Bob says it's okay.
                   

And of course our little present under the tree.


An overcast day in March 2014 made for a really nice sunset view of the trees behind our house.
         
          
Zoe likes to rip the stuffing out of her toys and then roll on them, giving her a unique view of the world.


Earlier this month (May) my work required me to travel to Manassas, Virginia.  Before returning home, I got a chance to spend a little time at the Udvar-Hazy Center, the Smithsonian Institute's Air and Space Museum annex adjacent to Dulles Airport.  It's an amazing collection of air- and space craft, including the Enola Gay.  I especially wanted some pictures of it because Pat's father flew 35 missions as flight engineer on B-29's during WWII.



That's it for now.
          

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