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The Dogs’ Best Friend?

Chapter 1 and 2 of Lessons Learned from Dogs

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By David A. Dailey with Fulla Bull T. Teddy Iz Rumpkin

Table of Contents for Lessons Learned From Dogs

Table of Contents from the humorous book “Lessons Learned From Dogs”

Chapter One -Stay Alert, Yet Relaxed

Chapter Two -Insomnia? Fall Asleep Anywhere

Chapter Three    -Loyalty

Chapter Four   -Fun Times and Play

Chapter Five   -Eating and Drinking

Chapter Six  -City Dogs

Chapter Seven   -Country Dogs

Chapter Eight    -Mischief and Wisdom

Chapter Nine   -The Finale

Chapter 1 – “Stay Alert, Yet Relaxed”

“Dogs are mans’ best friend, “ said an anonymous sage observer many years ago.

Dogs use all their senses, sometimes in mysterious and amazing ways, which human beings are unable to comprehend. Nonetheless we appreciate and benefit from them.

Look, listen, and watch your dog because you will learn some valuable lessons. This book includes many things I and others have learned with the help of our dogs about life.

Dogs live in the moment. Humans are…

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Estrella Vista / The Redemption Project / “Wandervogel Diary”

“Estrella Vista”

800 Seaman Road

HC-65, Box 243 A

Alpine, TX  79830

 

(432) 371-4257

 

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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

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Dear Family, Friends, and Supporters,

 

I have just witnessed my second-in-a-row fantastic moon sets from Estrella Vista.

Last night was a full moon on a clear and slightly warmer midnight than the two nights

before. It is not yet 7 a.m. and the eastern sky is beginning to show great colors of reds,

yellows, and oranges.

 

This is a magnificent estate which my brother created to help young men and women,

who endured child abuse and then had to be prosecuted as adults for murders they were

led to do while children. Fairness in American justice may never be achieved but giving

perociles a chance to lead more normal lives can be a reality. Estrella Vista stands today

– without its visionary founder – as that beacon of safety, security, and hope.

 

So in the spirit of keeping the beacon burning bright, I am asking”Wandervogel Diary”

readers to respond with their best efforts to keep the vision, mission, goals, and

projects of The Redemption Project moving into the right direction.

 

Your support of new administrators of the project, Dan’s son Henry,

and many others working on the project will be appreciated very much.

Where ever I may be, I will be praying, thinking positive, and looking

forward to reading about your future successes.

 

All the best,

 

 

David A. F. N. “Buck” Dailey

Founder of “The Dailey Sun-Chronicles”

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