Category Archives: borzoi

My model T, lost in a fog

Timber Day 207, 2012 We headed west in hopes of catching a fabulous sunset. I didn’t have to drive very far to realize that thereView full post »

My model T – sunset surprises

Timber Day 184, 2012 I have learned that predicting sunsets is nearly impossible. I can watch the weather all day, watch the cloud coverView full post »

Bugged

Timber Day 177, 2012 Sometimes my mind works overtime. I had this wild hair that I would take Timber down to the river below the railroadView full post »

Mr. Cattledog mix

Day 175, 2012 I’ve always thought the working breeds, the herding dogs were so cool. I’ve also heard that they absolutely haveView full post »

City slicker 2

Timber Day 172, 2012 Timber was so patient with me in Portland. He had absolutely no problem pulling up a patch of grass and waiting itView full post »

My model T – City Slicker

Timber Day 171, 2012 Timber goes to the city. This image was taken just south of the Hawthorne Bridge in Portland. I could not believe whatView full post »

The return of My Model T

Timber Day 156, 2012 Timber has returned to the runway after a short hiatus. Da boy is lookin’ good.View full post »

From innocence to guilt in 30 seconds

Timber Day 126, 2012 Yes, Mr. Model T is not always so perfect. In a few moments time he went from being a sweet and innocent photographyView full post »

Wanna see my scar?

Timber Day 122, 2012 Well on the way to recovery, at least from the abdominal surgery, I wanted to be sure to catch a photo ofView full post »

My model T in blue

Timber Day 118, 2012 Even the most famous models have minor set-backs and I guess my Model T is no different. Timber had surgery on SundayView full post »

Sometimes you feel like a nut

Timber Day 113, 2012 My dogs don’t necessarily listen to what I want them to do, but rather they like to do there own thing. TimberView full post »

My model T

Timber Day 112, 2012 Another photo from “The zoi with the curl.” Timber belongs on runway in Paris, he just knows how to workView full post »