Capybara Comic (Part 4)

 

I am the Chrome Capy!

I know everyone has been waiting as eagerly as I have for the next installment of Nic Lara’s The Adventures of Garibaldi Rous comics! I love these comics. This is installment four and Nic has done a great job. The frame shown above is my favorite. I don’t want to give too much away, but it is me in my new armor. I love thinking of myself as The Chrome Capy!

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Capybara Comic (Part 3)

Me (and Rick) with Nic Lara

Do you remember this photo of me from when I visited the Buda Public Library? Well, that very helpful and non-frightening young man who is petting me is Nic Lara. Nic is an amazing person and a serious capybara stalker, especially for one so young. And he is also a graphic artist!

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Special Needs Capybara

 

In the car with my Rick

If you’ve been following this blog for very long, you know I am not the world’s bravest capybara. That was Caplin Rous. He could go anywhere and do anything and never have a moment of fear or doubt. Not me, I get scared as soon as I get in the car. Actually, I’m scared just getting my harness on even though that normally means a trip to the creek, which I love. So where am I going in the above photo? And why?

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Redecorating

Clean is for losers

I have had a very exciting weekend! Parts have been really fun and parts have been very stressful. There is just too much to cover in one blog post. Or two. Hopefully I can fit it all in three but it may stretch out to four. We’ll see. This is the first installment and it is all about mud.

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Melly & Hurricane Irene

Owner’s blog:

Blog Pawsers posing with Hurricane Irene

You might recall that I was in Washington D.C. for the Blog Paws conference. The timing couldn’t have been better. I got there the day after they had their largest earthquake in 100 years and I left on the day Hurricane Irene barreled through. Surprisingly, the conference was still a big success.

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