Wow, Chuck Jaffee has really jumped in with both feet, to make a more user friendly website. Check it out. Links work better, there is a great map of CS, and he has updated things nicely. For those of you who (unfortunately) did not receive the last newsletter (it happens) it is always posted on cascadeshores.org.
To Anon. who suggested that I extend my 4' fence (all 600 feet of it!) to keep Jenna in, thanks but that's not the problem. The problem is that visitors and workers sometimes don't catch the importance of closing the gate IMMEDIATELY, as she's a quick one! She doesn't go over the fence. When we rescued Jenn from the NC shelter, we realized soon that God wanted us to have her, as no one else would put up with her antics and gypsy soul (probably why she landed in jail in the first place, by the way, with 5 nice buckshot pellets in her butt). Happily, the "break outs" are few and far between, and it takes less time to round her up. It's just the little game she plays with Mom and Dad. Anyone else she'll walk right up to! The little darlin'. Many thanks for Denise, the mail lady, who if she saw Jenn running in the early days, would drive her mail truck right into our yard with the dog in hot pursuit. Worked like a charm. Remember Doug in the movie UP? That's our Jenn, Squirrel, SQUIRREL, S-Q-U-I-R-R-E-L!