Problem solving


When we moved to the Scarborough Bluffs Charlie began hunting for tennis balls in the late spring when the local tennis courts opened. He taught me that the best place to look for balls is not on tennis courts or along the sidelines; far too obvious. He prefers bushes, undergrowth and garbage cans. His hunting strategy reminds me to look beyond the easy and obvious solutions.

Also, with my eyes and his nose we’re a much better team than any two-dog or two-person combination because together we see more . . . and we see differently.




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