Lindsay and Grace Hunt with Lucky

Lindsay and Grace with Lucky Hunt. The girls were a lot younger when “Mr. Dog” came to live with the Hunt Family in Rosburg. Lucky and Grace share an especially close friendship.

“Dogs’ lives are too short. Their only fault, really.”

– Agnes Sligh Turnbull

Grace and Lucky in farm field

Grace Hunt and Lucky share a quiet moment in the field.

Ed Hunt and Wendy

Wendy, a yellow lab, and columnist Ed Hunt walked along the Grays River in Western Wahkiakum County.

Wendy on the Hunt porch

Wendy relaxes on the front step of the Hunt family’s old farmhouse, surrounded by a collection of rubber work boots.

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