5YAT: The Bandit Breakout

11 January, 2005 – Sunny, Windy & COLD –12º

[This post is part of the 5 Years Ago Today Series]

Woke up at Di’s and started checking prices of flights home. (The other one.) Then I grabbed my gear and hit the road. COLD walk home in the wind and sun, though it was fairly easy.

When I got to the shore I saw Bandit standing on the cliffs, looking terribly romantic and wind swept (for a dog.) Coy Bandit

She moved around the island like a Queen, but came to me immediately when I called her.  It looks like she unhooked her snib – nothing broken and it was easy to hook her back up.

She was loose for a while – some footprints are ice indentations, others more like brand new tracks in the snow. There were 2 bunches of feathers without chickens – one that looks identical to the golden rooster, and another that is white and red (likely from a hen). But another rooster seems to be missing too.
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Found the remaining chickens and one rabbit hiding under the yurt platform, which was surrounded by dog tracks.

Waiting until morning to make a call on how much carnage was wreaked. You can take the dog out of the wild, but you can’t take the wild out of the dog.

Alexa Clark

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