Trip to the Beach

Sunday, April 08, 2007



I knew I see Mt. Everest, but I didn't know it would be by chance out of an airplane window. You'll see some good pics from NE India very soon. We've been out of blog world for a time, and we certainly apologize. We've got a new addition to our family! His name is Buck. If you remember, Buck was the name of the dog in Jack London's "Call of the WIld" So after playing with these wild beasts on the Indian streets, we couldn't resist taking one in.





Buck likes to eat his veggies. But his favorite foods are chicken (about 5 pounds a week) and the meaty leg bones of goats (3 a week).

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Buck is beautiful! Congratulations! It looks like you guys are having a great time in India. Sorry I haven't written in a while.

-Brittnie

2:55 PM

 
Anonymous April Summitt said...

Hi Amber and Nick!! Good to see your photos, as always! And Buck is beautiful boy!!! :) Congrats.

Things are going well here. Amber, I have a book contract to write a biography of Sacagawea. :) Should be fun. Love you!

April

3:14 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Amber, Dayle wasn't sure if you guys had a baby or not. last I had read was about the dog and pups. Now we are updated on what you had! cute. I bet you want to adopt all the dogs and keep them safe and fed huh?
You guys take care. nice to see the pictures! When are you coming back?
take care,
Cyndi and Dayle

3:42 PM

 
Blogger Heather said...

Congrats!! You almost had me . . .kidding! Such a cutie. Seriously. Thanks for the update!!Happy Easter.

4:31 PM

 
Anonymous -Ard said...

Wow what a cute puppy, I can remember when my lab was that small. I check in from time to time and like reading and seeing your updates. Thanks for those!

7:57 PM

 
Blogger Caroline said...

Hot dang, Buck is cute! Did you know cats destroy shoes too? Well, mine does...

10:30 PM

 
Blogger Mohican said...

Well I really loved the dog anology to understand God (Allah as we call Him). It's people like you who're concerned about humanity that I guess are keeping our toubled plant above water. Here's a warm cheer to you everyone like you, and I hope you keep doing what you're doing!

Sharing your thoughts in a different world...
Mohican
(Bless you)

3:41 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow you are really seeing the sights. thats cool about the baptisms!

I wanted to let you know we built a new maternity barn bigger than the other barns and now a billionair guy sent AU a check for $8.5 mil. so we can get a new milking parlor. the rest of the money goes for a new cafe and new entryway to campus. whats left of that goes to scholarships etc.
You guys take care and have a good summer. don't get too hot!
Love, Cyndi and Dayle

8:49 AM

 

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