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Remembering Trapper

Susan and I are extremely grateful for the outpouring of affection shown for Trapper. He would be pleased to know he touched so many lives in such a positive way. As you might imagine the house seems rather empty without him though Sorrel & Rusty are doing their best to help fill the void; we sense they miss Trapper too. Our first night without Trapper was tough; I woke around 2:30 in the morning and couldn’t return to sleep so put together a little collage that seemed, for me anyway, to capture some of the things Trapper enjoyed. As the collage illustrates, Trapper thrived on activity (of all sorts); what seems hard to believe is he was only part of our family for less than five years (his “Gotta Ya Day” was 3 November 2012). This past year must have been very difficult for Trapper because the only real activity he generally got was short walks to the park.  Again, for those who knew Trapper, I hope you enjoy this little tribute to a wonderful companion. (As some of you know the best way to contact me is still through my Univ of Wyo Email Account: mikeday@uwyo.edu.)

Cheers and thanks again,

Michael 

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