Down in the Rainforest

This morning I took the pup out for a hike in the local rainforest, which is filled with mushrooms, mosses, cedars, marshes, and little items thine these berries here. About an hour into the walk, I got hit with a tickle in my sinuses, at which point I realized I… Continue reading

SuperDogonomics

Last time we learned that the price and availability of dog breeds varies a surprising amount between Oregon and San Francisco. A Labrador retriever (or mix thereof) can be had in the bay area for $400 from any animal shelter, on a few hours notice. In Oregon, even in the… Continue reading

Dogonomics

As will surprise nobody who read either He Ain’t Heavy (the most recent Lantham mystery) or Free Will (soon to be retitled: The Vindicators–see tomorrow’s blog post for details), I’m kind of a dog person. And, for the last several weeks, with all the weird shit going on in my… Continue reading

On Cats and Dogs

Yesterday, I wound up in a protracted philosophical argument with Gail Carriger about the relative utility and desirability of cats and dogs. While normally such conversations between cat people and dog people devolve into “this is my species, that’s yours, let’s not kill each other about it” (or into actual… Continue reading