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Any soldier with a dog probably looks forward to his or her own reunion. Sadly, Brandon Harker came home from Afghanistan only to find that his dog, Oakley, who had been entrusted in the care of Harkers friend, had been given away while Harker was deployed.

 Harker says when he returned earlier this month, his “friend” told him he’d gotten rid of Oakley, and doesn’t know who has the dog now. Oakley was either sold or given away in Lakewood, Wash, apparently during May, but it could have happened anytime from February till June, and
numerous people have contacted Harker saying they saw Oakley for sale on craiglist back in Feburary.


Oakley is a 2-year-old yellow Lab, with a distinct coat that features unusual spots. He is described as good with kids and other dogs. He has a unique coat, on his face he has spots of a darker yellow (champagne) he also has spots of the same color going down his sides and legs. He is micro-chipped and registered to Harker.

If anyone has any information on Oakley, contact Harker via his craigstlist ad, or reblog this post to help signal boost.

 

Reblogging for the boost!

If my puppy was given away I’d want him found and back in my arms ASAP.

I dont reblog these at all
But guys if your dog was given away, think about it

We must find him!

Spent the whole day with my dad up in the Ape Caves and at Windy Ridge. It was absolutely beautiful, and there was snow to boot! Mount St. Helens is amazingly breathtaking so close up. Great way to spend a long weekend!

(Source: berlynn-wohl)

malformalady:

A phone booth growing a thatch of vegetation in the Hoh Rain Forest, WA, USA. Because of the heavy precipitation each year, 140-170 inches, the forest is home to a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. Mosses and ferns blanket the surfaces and add another dimension to the rainforest.

Well, I know where I’m going to visit.
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malformalady:

A phone booth growing a thatch of vegetation in the Hoh Rain Forest, WA, USA. Because of the heavy precipitation each year, 140-170 inches, the forest is home to a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. Mosses and ferns blanket the surfaces and add another dimension to the rainforest.

Well, I know where I’m going to visit.

keepcalmandtraveltheworld:

Seattle, Washington
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keepcalmandtraveltheworld:

Seattle, Washington

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gymleader:

is this accurate to what’s happening in washington right now or

Yes, this is precise.

I should know

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cabinporn:

Cabin on Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington.
Photograph by Colin Brooks.

Ahhhh, this is on my list of ‘Places that I really need to go see’.
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cabinporn:

Cabin on Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington.

Photograph by Colin Brooks.

Ahhhh, this is on my list of ‘Places that I really need to go see’.