And this was my dogó Darby. Darby was an English Springer Spaniel who just could not do enough hiking. He completed hiking the "4000 footers" of New Hampshire in September 2004. This picture of Darby was taken on that hike in 2004 when he was on the summit of Mt. Washington, his final "4000 footer." Darby was named for Darby Field, who, in 1642, was the first person to climb Mt. Washington.

Darby died in 2013 and was succeeded by Brady who was a tiny eight week old puppy when I picked him up in Virginia. A year later he was enjoying the field in front of the house, planted with over 7,000 daffodils. Today, 2022, Brady runs my life.

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