Just a quick post tonight. Here are some pictures of dogs and cats.
Look at the size of this Great Dane. This was from a long ago trip to Argentina.
Here is another memory. These two dogs belong to a man who was guarding an archaeological site in Turkey that we were trying to visit. Unfortunately, we did not get to see what we were there for.
Here is my childhood friend Pat. She was such a good dog.
Now on to a few cats. This cat was a resident of Kedma Village which is where I stayed during my first archaeological dig in Israel.
What do you notice about this cat?
Here is my friend Tarragon. I always enjoy visiting my friends at the orchard as I get to see my favorite cat. Tarragon will follow me around while I take pictures.
OK, one more picture that includes both dogs and cats.
Here is Pat with some of the cats that we had when we lived in Ashland, Kansas.
I am now trying to remember the names of the cats. The only one I can remember is Midnight which was the black cat.
Now for some sleep.
Today was National Sandwich Day, so I had a couple of sandwiches to celebrate.
For lunch I went to Wendy’s and picked up my favorite Spicy Chicken sandwich. This evening I was tempted to cook something I saw on a show I was watching, but decided that I would just make a sandwich to further celebrate the day.
I did not take a picture of my sandwich at lunch, but did take a picture of the ham and Swiss sandwich that I had for dinner. The sandwich was simple, but that is one thing that I usually like about sandwiches. They are simple to make and there are many different combinations.
This one had honey ham and Swiss cheese and was between two slices of Home Pride Wheat bread.
Here is another sandwich that I shared in my Apricot Pepper Bacon post. This sandwich has Black Forest ham, Swiss cheese and bacon layered together between two slices of Home Pride Wheat bread.
Here is a pulled pork sandwich from Kinder’s that I had for my birthday last year. I recently found out that the Kinder’s near our office has closed.
Of course, sandwiches can be open faced as well. Here is a delicious open face turkey sandwich from the Red Tractor Cafe. Of course, turkey sandwiches are always nice after Thanksgiving Feasting.
I hope that you enjoyed this look at sandwiches. If you missed National Sandwich Day you can always celebrate a day late 🙂