Willow's First Trip to Jekyll Island

By: Willow13 , 5:44 PM GMT on April 12, 2008

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Willow is 3 month's old in this photo. She is so happy walking with her family to swim in the Atlantic Ocean. Willow is a Newfoundland. She was named after the Black Willow Oak tree. Her full name is Barton Bay's Heart of Oak "Willow" - Daughter of Shipwheel's Twist of Fate and Angel Sings. She lived with us from 1/24/92 - 10/10/03, 11 years, 8 months and 18 days ...'tip us Heart of Oak' Come cheer up my lads, 'tis to glory we steer',Heart of Oak are our ships, Heart of Oak are our men, We always are ready, Steady, boys, steady ...

Willow's First Trip to Jekyll Island (Willow13)
This photo is old and faded, but I love it anyway. It's a picture of John, Willow (3 month old Newfoundland puppy), Ben and Matt.
Willow's First Trip to Jekyll Island

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3. Willow13
11:09 AM GMT on April 25, 2008
GardenGrrl, Thank You So Much :) HAPPY EARTH DAY :)
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2. GardenGrrl
5:04 AM GMT on April 23, 2008
Happy Earth Day!
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1. Willow13
10:36 PM GMT on April 12, 2008
Our Newfie, Barton Bay's Heart of Oak*, "Willow"

"One who possess beauty without vanity, strength without insolence, courage without ferocity, and all the virtues of man without his vices." -Bryon

*Heart of Oak - This bold patriotic song comes from a pantomine, Harlequin's Invasion, written by Garrick in 1759, the music being supplied by Boyce. It is a topical song, alluding as it does to 'this wonderful year' (the victories of Minden, Quiberon Bay, and Quebec). In 1768, an Americanized version was composed, which, as The Liberty Song, had enormous popularity. ...'tip us Heart of Oak' Come cheer up my lads, 'tis to glory we steer', Heart of Oak are our ships, Heart of Oak are our men, We always are ready, Steady, boys, steady ...

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