Do you own a camo tee? It seems that here in the South, camo has always been popular with hunters and fishermen. Being that there are hundreds of acres in various areas of our state to hunt and several river systems for fishing, you will see hunters here and there in the Fall and early Winter dressed in all their camo.
My Dad loved to hunt when I was a kid. He would come home in the afternoon after a long day of hunting and would be dressed from head to toe in camo. I wondered what it was like to hunt, so he took me with him one time. It was rather boring, but I loved being out in the quiet wilderness, hearing nothing but a slight breeze rustling the leaves in the trees, a woodpecker tapping on a tree nearby and a hawk flying overhead. We came home without any game, but I enjoyed spending time with my Dad. He doesn’t hunt now, but I’m sure he still has all his camo!
Although I’m not a hunter, I do like to wear an occasional camo tee and I’m craving some camo jeans! The other day, I wore my camo tee with a cardigan and distressed jeans. I was in my backyard and snapped these photos.
Ellie, my Boston Terrier, was also in the backyard and I took a couple of photos of her as well. Ellie is 3 years old and is the best dog ever! My parents had Beagles and Poodles when I was growing up, then when I was a teenager we had a Cocker Spaniel. I think Bostons are an all-around great dog. Ellie loves to play and loves to be around me all the time. She’s lying next to me asleep as I’m typing. Bostons also don’t bark unless you play with them. When I was looking for a dog, I did lots of research to see which dog fit our family’s lifestyle. The Boston Terrier was the perfect dog for us. We also have an American Shorthair cat, Sophie. Bostons are great with cats too. Since Ellie was a puppy when I first got her, she has grown up with Sophie and they get along great!
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