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Job site dog, Buck.

comments (3) January 1st, 2013 in Project Gallery
herd herd, member


While making interior window frames on my cabin's front porch, Buck was interested in if I was making sure the corners were square and I was properly nailing everything.


Design or Plan used: My own design
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Comments (3)

mattie5713 mattie5713 writes: work is more fun when u have an audience! LOL!
Posted: 4:21 am on February 13th

AutomanArt AutomanArt writes: I'll stay focused on his work so he will play with me later.
Posted: 7:41 pm on January 22nd

joannt joannt writes: I would interpret that look as "oh bummer! there goes my stick again!"
Posted: 11:44 pm on January 13th

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