Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula has been home for more than 40 years. My husband, David, and I live on 10 acres of forest near the town of Soldotna. We are more or less retired, meaning we are retired from gainful employment but not from life!
Our son lives in Australia and our daughter in Colorado.
Photography, fiber arts, reading, and hiking/walking are some of my interests, and David shares my love of gardening, camping, cooking, and traveling, plus he is our tech expert.
Oh so cute!
Thanks! I took this photo the first year we were in Oaxaca. It took me awhile to find in all my archives, but thought it was a funny fit for this challenge.
Oh I adore his tongue. 😀
He was definitely in a deep sleep!
So adorable, Marilyn! This is an indeed fun shot! 🙂
I’m glad you like it! The positions of the sleeping street dogs here are often quite funny.
Thanks for sharing this post, this is really very nice and amazing. Engaging ourselves in these type of activities can be a good task.
Keeps us looking for new opportunities!
Very cool. I love it. Thank You.
Thank you! We should all be so relaxed!
Now that must be zee comfortable that doggy looked zee good! 🙂
very nice… i really like your blog…
Thanks, I’m glad you like it!
Marilyn, this is a fabulous photo! This sleeping position doesn’t look very comfortable for a couple of reasons, but it definitely works for this relaxed pooch. It’s all about siesta. ~James
Thanks for the compliment! I just happened to walk by at the right time, as he was definitely in the zone. We are en route to Oaxaca at this moment, and I’m looking forward to all the interesting and enjoyable things we experience in the vibrant life there. I have promised to myself to post more blogs – I get so involved with life that it’s easy not to take the time.
Reblogged this on Vijayagiri views.