“I can’t think of anything that brings me closer to tears than when my old dog–completely exhausted after full and hard day in the field–limps away from her nice spot in front of the fire and comes over to where I’m sitting and puts her head in my lap, a paw over my knee and closes her eyes and goes back to sleep. I don’t know what I’ve done to deserve that kind of friend, but I’m humble enough not to ask any questions”
-Gene Hill
“The Dog Man”
Tears and Laughter, 1981