In memory of Buttons. "Buttons was a very special dog. I rescued her from the pharmaceutical company of which I am an employee. In reality she rescued me. I adopted her at age 11 months and she passed away last year on her birthday at age 13. She was the first dog that I had as an adult and we were kindred spirits. She had an Irish attitude and would turn and walk away from me when I was reprimanding her as if to say "Talk to the tail". She was a faithful friend and filled my life with happiness. Losing her was like losing a piece of myself. I have her ashes and will scatter them when I retire in Maine. When you reach the peak of Mt Osceola, please dedicate your climb to my friend, Buttons. I hope to see her again some day." Given by Judith Anderson and family and dogs Bailey, Jake, Cody and Haley (the terrible trio of German Shorthaired Pointers).