Rescue Fire Dog Mexie (fire heat+wave pets ). Photo by wildlandfireman

Rescue Fire Dog Mexie

Uploaded by: wildlandfireman

Thursday August 11, 2011


Caption: One of our rescues. Great little girl.Wife and kids give her plenty of affection 24/7


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User Comment:

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About wildlandfireman


Happy go lucky firefighter.Wife and kids. Nature will always come up with some reason to put in the books, but in the end it'll all be just a theory. What we all fail to acknowledge is this: There are forces at work and play that are sometimes beyond our understanding. The enormity of Nature and the scale in which it works surpasses our finite wisdom. To be a scientist, you must have a respectful awe for the laws of nature.

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