The Lifeguard!

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Our grandchildren came over to swim yesterday, and 17 month old Cody carried on the Bouvier tradition of saving the humans from themselves. The young primates are quite well aware of the damage Bouvier toenails can do to tender, wet skin, and you can see this concern reflected on their faces.

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In the past we have seen this same behavior from Sherman, Mosby, Piper and Niko. It seems to be ingrained in them - or perhaps it is a statement of their opinion of our physical prowess...

The last time we took Piper to the beach, she insisted on swimming out into the ocean to bring swimmers back to shore.

Bill
 
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Hey Bill, nice series of shots... I like 1 & 3 and it must make you wonder what is going through their minds...
I've heard of BIF, but "KIF" (kids in flight)... LOL...
Great capture...
 
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