This was a wood carving of a wolf and salmon, given to me as part of a trade. I parted with some art supplies which he was glad to have. He just gave me the carving as recompense. He was a member of Native band up the west coast of BC, Bella Bella, to be exact. Look on a map – you will see how isolated that community is.
A popular American cereal, Trix had a cartoon rabbit mascot. He was always after Trix in the commercials. Like Wile E Coyote, he was doomed to failure. The catchphrase of the commercial, would be the children’s rejoinder, “SILLY RABBIT! TRIX ARE FOR KIDS!”
Love to take pics of dogs I happen upon in Vancouver.
St Bernard enjoying some fast food. I get the feeling that that was not enough! He seemed to belong to the homeless man which begged the question, how can he afford to feed that monstrous appetite? I’m not here to judge – just take pics of city dogs.
Another St. Bernard, this time, a bit younger and a mix. (sorry, forgot what the owner said he was a mix of, maybe you know!)
Steveston fishing village is just south of Vancouver. Went there for a charity event recently to buy 20 lbs of herring (otherwise known as sardines, who knew?). If you freeze in them batches, they make delicious healthy meals (fried is my favorite method).