Thanks you! Awww I hope the weather is perfect for your visit and you enjoy so much! I am actually half German and although never lived in Germany used to vist Austria and Germany every year and miss it tonnes!
We can't really get another dog and in my heart of hearst although I adore wolfhounds, Hazzie puppy was my first and is totally irreplaceable. He was so quirky and unique and the most intelligent, adorable,pain in the backside ever. I am in the RAF and due to go away for 4 months again to the desert so having another dog would leave my poor wife a full time job and she is off back to Uni.
Maybe one day when I have won the lottery and own half of Scotland I would get a pack of Wolfies and a load of horses!!!
Do enjoy your trip over and if ever I get back to Marham, that guided tour offer still stands!
Oh bogandken, the imminent deployment in the desert for 4 months
sounds very scary and I do understand why you cannot have another dog - for the time being. Wolfhounds must be quite a handful, and since your wife is off back to Uni.... and it sometimes takes years to get over the loss of a dog, especially if it was a "special" dog as yours obviously was (all dogs are special in their own way, but some are "more" special, if you know what I mean. Our last dog died over three years ago and we just needed time until we were ready to get another one). So - as you said - perhaps one day
Thanks for the guided tour offer - perhaps one day.
And if you and your wife should ever come anywhere near Vienna and want a tour around the city (I could also show you all the places Stephen visited during the "Who do you think you are" genealogy show), you know where to find me
Finally, take care (I hope this is not being too friendly, but four months in the desert sound most dreadful, so far away from one´s home and loved ones)