Taffy was the author's Saint Bernard. The author and his wife Cheryl enjoyed Taffy's company during the late sixties and seventies. Taffy the Saint and Newf, their mutt were the kids for many years before the real ones came along. Many of the early chapters are stories of Cheryl and Chris' life and travels with Taffy.
He begins with early childhood memories from his life in the UK and Canada. Many of the tales are truly funny and make an easy read.
To many of us, Chris Cane has a dry wit probably because he grew up with British parents in Canada and now lives in the USA. When asked about his lineage he typically answers that he's a British born Canadian now living in the USA. This gives him the unique ability to look at life more objectively than most of us.
The book is written to be picked up and put down. Many of us today have little time to just sit and read. Typically each tale is a standalone event in Chris Cane's life. One can read a chapter, have a smile and put the book down. When the mood strikes, just pick it up and read a chapter or two.
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