Flip and Moy were Border Collies purchased from Alex McKinven in North Hatley, Quebec. http://www.creeksidebordercollies.com/History.html If you go to his site, Moy was out of Moss and Flip was out of Tweed. Moy was amazingly smart and never barked. Flip was unbelievably quick, and so much so that his movements seemed a blur. The drawing was lying around and when I picked it up I saw where Moy had scratched over her image.
From a photo I took at the San Diego Zoo.
On the East Warren Road, Warren, VT. The roadway was between the trees and this time was still graveled. I think the structures to the right provide a good example of how attached buildings were employed in the old days.
Half size of original drawing. I reversed the image when creating so that it would come out as seen naturally.
Done from a Kirpal Singh flyer. I remember going to a house where he was in Duxbury, VT in the 70s. It was at night and there were many people there. All was hush hush as he was sleeping and there were lit candles everywhere. He was greatly revered as a spiritual master.
From a magazine or book and the origination escapes me.