How many dogs in the history of pup-kind have eaten one of these?

It’s kind of like that one song you’ve heard with a word you’d never expect to hear in the lyrics. Like “spool”… how many songs have ever included the word “spool”? I can tell you there’s probably only one… That’s right. Just like there’s probably only one song with “spool” in the lyrics, there’s probablyContinue reading “How many dogs in the history of pup-kind have eaten one of these?”

Study shows fish discouraged by evolutionary process

Pensacola, FL — Ichthyologists doing research on the behavior of fish in the gulf region, just off the coast of northern Florida, have been perplexed for months by the apparent mood changes of many vertebrates in the area. “We’ve seen fish change behavior based on environmental factors, predator stressers, and the like, but we haven’tContinue reading “Study shows fish discouraged by evolutionary process”

My very own epic fails, part 1

I had an epic fail yesterday so as I laughed at the mistake I made, I thought about other times in my life where I’ve had major goof-ups. A few solid ones came to mind, and a few that I was hoping I’d forget about. The first I’ll share with you takes place in aContinue reading “My very own epic fails, part 1”

I’ve only done this 3 times…ever

I’m so proud of myself for trying this little wakeboard trick. Physically it’s not difficult, but the biggest challenges are mental: A fear of biting it hard by catching an edge, and secondly, having your back to the boat. But on this particular day, it worked out and there was a camera rolling!

A retreat on early evening tides

I recently returned to Nashville from a 7-day trip visiting family in Florida. It started with a few days at my favorite beach where my dogs can explore, the ocean recedes but leaves small pools of water across newly exposed sand, porpoises feeding nearby, sugary soft white sand where crabs make their home, birds chirping above…. andContinue reading “A retreat on early evening tides”