This is why we tell guests and visitors to keep food items on the counters well away from the edges. People underestimate the vertical reach of a determined dachshund.



Aradir · April 9, 2017 at 9:26 am

Hah! Orginally dachshound were bred for crawling into small tunnels and fight enemies bigger then himself with no weapons then his teeth. Everyone should have some more respect for this walking weeners!

Also isntĀ“t that a perfect example for a typical symbol for the situation in your whole book series: The grunts have to jump way higher, then they should be able to, just because some moron had no idea of where to correctly place the cheese?! ^^

tuppenny · April 9, 2017 at 9:31 pm

A good way to ensure the horde gets its daily exercise. Looked like the caloric burn exceeded that in the cheese bit.

AndyB · April 13, 2017 at 8:59 pm

Comments get closed quickly here.
Anyhoo, wanted to say I REALLy enjoy your series. Just finished Fields of Fire (listened to all 5 and also own them on Kindle).
Also wanted to say thank you for including a couple of little-known specialties that are currently in the USAF (but now in SI in your universe): CCT and Pararescue. My son just earned his maroon beret (pararescue) so it’s nice to see/read/hear the shout-out. Just wish the one in FoF… never mind, no spoilers.

P.S. Never owned a dachshund, but may mom did. Just sayin’.

Ken · April 14, 2017 at 10:02 pm

That is a determined dachshund.

In other news, purchased Fields of Fire (Kindle edition). Much space. Very kablooie. 5.7 stars (but forgive me if I say Curt needs a day off).

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