Cynthia Bảo Yến Lê
Cynthia is a first generation Vietnamese American who grew up in Portland, Oregon. She is now a scientist at UW Medicine, weekend warrior/couch potato, and otherwise full-time fur momager to @milotheshepski. Her greatest joys include creative writing, zooming around topographic maps, and astrophotography. She currently guest writes for National Park Paws and has aspirations to create a platform to share the stories of underrepresented minorities and their experiences of the outdoors. Follow her personal IG account @lecynn
Milo the Shepski
Milo is a 2 year old German Shepherd – Husky mix. He spontaneously came into his humans’ lives at 8 weeks old, when they saw a re-homing ad for him while eating Korean food and stressing out over college finals. It goes without saying that they each failed one of their classes that term, but he ultimately saw his humans graduate with one science degree and one double-engineering degree.
From Corvallis, to Portland, and now to the Kitsap/Seattle area – Milo has destroyed countless items, traveled 100s of miles, and worked his way into a forever home in our hearts. Follow his adventures on IG @milotheshepski
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