Im002462 It’s a boy! Buster "Brown" was picked up Thursday at a shelter in Menands, New York and came home with me to Utica – and then today to Philadelphia. He went on tour and met the whole family – and today met Babe. Pictures are posted of our first meeting, first few days and some general shots with the family. The album is to the left, and titled "Puppy: Buster Brown Goes Home." More pictures – and captions on the pictures in that album after some potty-training today – and a rest! Woof.

P.S. Babe is delighted by the way. Actually she was fine. The "look of the year" was when she re-emerged back down the stairs from my bedroom, around the banister and had an expression and body language to say "was it all a dream?" She stood there for ten minutes on look-out on that last step, until, alas, it wasn’t a dream. No, it wasn’t.

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Im002462 It’s a boy! Buster "Brown" was picked up Thursday at a shelter in Menands, New York and came home with me to Utica – and then today to Philadelphia. He went on tour and met the whole family – and today met Babe. Pictures are posted of our first meeting, first few days and some general shots with the family. The album is to the left, and titled "Puppy: Buster Brown Goes Home." More pictures – and captions on the pictures in that album after some potty-training today – and a rest! Woof.

P.S. Babe is delighted by the way. Actually she was fine. The "look of the year" was when she re-emerged back down the stairs from my bedroom, around the banister and had an expression and body language to say "was it all a dream?" She stood there for ten minutes on look-out on that last step, until, alas, it wasn’t a dream. No, it wasn’t.

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