Moi et mes chiens
In New Hampshire, United States
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My students can tell you that it is said that Paris has more domestic dogs per capita than any other city in the world. Dogs can be seen in grocery stores, subway cars, libraries, and restaurants. And municipal pooper scoopers with high tech equipment are equally ubiquitous on streets and sidewalks. I used to treat all of this with wry cynicism.
I didn't have a dog growing up. If someone had told me back in 2003 when I took this photo that I would not only have a dog much like the one in the picture but also love it as if it were my own child--and even think about getting more-- I'd have laughed aloud.
So imagine how I feel when now, having succumbed to the dog thing, I travel to this park near my home for a romp with my puppydog.
This is a basic park'n grab nano to add to the fun the night of the Night Caching event. Note that the park officially closes at 10 p.m.
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Last Updated: on 6/7/2015 11:35:59 AM Pacific Daylight Time (6:35 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum