What This Blog is About

It’s a little of this and a little of that. Bascially, it’s the Seinfeld of blogs. It’s about:

German Shepherd Dogs




Thoroughbred Horses


The South

The Midwest (and a southerner’s take on all things Midwest)


A bunch of stuff that has no real category So if you’re reading this, let me know what you think. As you can probably tell, there’s a great likelihood that this will morph into a more definitive area with time. Right now, though, it’s a blog looking for an identity.

7 thoughts on “What This Blog is About

  1. I enjoyed your blog on racehorses, as I am passionate about them more than anything else. But, I need to correct you on Secretariat’s stride, it IS NOT the “greatest measured” that goes TO the greatest, Man O’ War and Native Dancer was also longer. Secretariat had a great stride though.

    • Thank you. I’m so glad you enjoyed the posts. The last I read was that his 25 foot stride was measured in Maryland and that it was in the shorter portion of the track but that more current figures were higher. I guess the “official” mark has gone back to the 25 foot mark which would, indeed, make those of Native Dancer and Man O’War longer.

    • Ann, which photo are you referring to? If it’s the one that is the main photo on my blog, I don’t own that one. It’s proprietary of WordPress. I will go through my photos, though, to see if I have one of Sleeping Bear that you might want to use!

  2. Ann, I have found a few photos from my blog post of five years ago on Sleeping Bear Dunes. Are any of those the ones to which you were referring? If so, let me know and I will give permission as long as I’m given credit for the photos. Sorry for the delay. I had to go way back through my posts and photo files

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