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  • How to survive living with a basset hound: Walt and Buster

    Walt Appel actually wrote a self-published book about the adventures of Buster. Later, Buster authored his own memoir about moving to Boise. Walt says, “(Buster’s) a big talker, but he can’t speak, so I do all the talking.” The two are an inseparable pair in Boise’s East End neighborhood.

Walt Appel actually wrote a self-published book about the adventures of Buster. Later, Buster authored his own memoir about moving to Boise. Walt says, “(Buster’s) a big talker, but he can’t speak, so I do all the talking.” The two are an inseparable pair in Boise’s East End neighborhood. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
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UPDATED May 15, 2016 12:17 AM

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