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there will be a lot of changes in the near future, and the announcements will come soon, but I will start with the bad one first.
My darling little girl Kona, one of the last in Chenooke's litter is nearing the end, and after 14 years she is not doing well. She has the heart of a lion, but the rest of her body is being ravaged by cancer, and I just can't keep her here cause I hate loosing her. I have been watching her carefully the past while, and things have been getting worse, and Im just not going to let my girl hurt.
After all we have been through, the church house in Linden, with the pack howling at the bells tole, to the big house in Northcliff, the flight to Cape Town and all the constant upheavals that came with the life I chose, she's been there, that strong heart, always reserved, but in those eyes always so very glad to be near her Dad. Laika and I will really miss her when the day comes to say goodbye.


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"Cape of Storms"

So much for summer, damn the rain, wind and cold that's blown in.... just as I was really starting to enjoy the weather. Even Laika jumped up on the bed and curled up against me, ok she is a husky that likes laying in the sun, so she didn't like the wind and cold either. We live at one of the most dangerous seafaring places in the world, many factors combine here making it a passage feared by sailors. The violent, rampant winds and the hundreds of reported shipwrecks along the coast earned it the name "Cape of Storms" and later changed to the Cape of Good Hope. The Peninsula, in occupying this latitude, is first in line to be affected by the extreme winds and huge Antarctic swells which conflict not only with the South African anticyclone but also the powerful Agulhas current, descending from the Indian Ocean. This all makes the ever changing weather a pain, that's what you get when you live on an island with a Oh good heavens, baby