June 22, 2022

To Winston's "Best Friend"

 

This is a post to a "secret admirer" and unscheduled. He will know who this is since he was Winston's "best friend". Google decided to post my photos in reverse order than what I submitted them so it is from his oldest photo to his youngest photo. The secret admirer's "notebook" will have most of these photos I am guessing but there might be one or two new ones for him. You can read more about Winston on his own page at the top of the blog called Winston's Story. The hounds, the dog and I will be thinking of you on your next doctor's visit. Good luck.





















He was quite the basset hound. Henry is a lot like him in some ways.

10 comments:

  1. Loved all of these photos of Winston. Will be keeping good thoughts for Winston's "secret admirer" in the days ahead.

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  2. That was a wonderful travel back in time , thanks

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  3. Its hard to believe all those dogs are in doggy heaven.

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    1. I lost the last two within 6 months. yes it is hard to believe ... they were quite the crew.

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  4. Ahhhh... THANK YOU SO MUCH the message from Winston's bestie. I have to run to office max for a new color toner cartridge, Winston's photos are going to be booked bounded for a trip to Mayo. Today, he spent the morning having two very important tests completed at the local hospital. I was able to be in the room and watching on both. Sometimes, I feel like it's a bad thing that I can read/understand the images and such, and then, at times, I feel it's a good thing. I was able to tell his primary care doc the one test actually turned out well, and the heart value is a bit on the worrisome side of the spectrum. All the hounds and the Dog will be taking a road trip in a couple of weeks. The binder is 4 inches thick, and I am sure happy I had so many boxes of the laminate sheets left over from the office days because the Admirer has found a purpose for them. Thank you for making his night, Steve. Much Appreciated!!

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    1. I thought that might make his day a little better.

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  5. Linda in Buckeye, AZJune 23, 2022 at 10:33 AM

    I'm sure you've already seen this news, but must make you happy and Watson proud to hear that a blood hound has won the Westminster dog show. And loved seeing the pictures of Winston once again.

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    1. I did see that after the fact and sent the article to a couple of friends telling them it was about time because I have never seen a bloodhound or basset hound win at those shows. One reason I don't watch but I will check to see if I can see either hound. He was a great looking bloodhound and the first I have ever seen with a little white on each of his front paws. Watson is going to be about that big in a couple of years. Yes, I always like seeing photos of Winston.

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