The Canine of Rhodes
We set out to explore the old city of Rhodes on a brilliant autumn day. From out of nowhere, a friendly two-toned mongrel joined our constitutional and became our guide. He led us along the many winding cobble stoned streets and alleyways of this ancient city once famous for the colossal, 107 ft. statue (aptly named “Colossus”), that was envisioned to have straddled the harbor and fell to ruin in the earthquake of 226 BC. The old lady in the photo was not as friendly and, I’m quite sure had Brownie-Dog been able to speak, he would’ve had a good story to tell us about her.