Sunday, September 30, 2012
I am told they must practice living in their natural habitat.
Which is evidently a tent set up their back yard. Just in case they need to come into
the house, when the cows Moo too loud for them to sleep.Or they just want their mommy.
I'm told Tiger Cubs are very tough though. This one sold 800.00 worth of popcorn at a Lowe's, with the power of just his cute chubby cheeks.
Posted by D at 10:31 PM
Thursday, September 20, 2012
This Boy is a character. I don't know WHAT kind of character, but a character none the less.
Last, but certainly not least in his eyes...Harper Dog!
I don't want to O.D you on cute, so I'll leave you alone now.
Posted by D at 9:52 AM
Wednesday, September 05, 2012
I've only ever had the privilege of smelling skunks along the roadside. You know, as driving down
the road and the whiff of skunk hits you for the next 5 miles, and you realize you just passed a dead one.
The guy/girl was merrily skipping through my backyard as dusk one night. At first I thought it was a huge cat. The closer it got, the more I realized there was no way that huge thing was a cat. Then it turned and I saw the white strip down it's back. Beautiful creature, but the husband said he could smell him the next morning when he went out to get in the car. Talk about leaving a lingering scent!
Does anyone know how to keep skunks away? With my luck, it was scouting a location to set up housekeeping.
Can you see this guy?
I was minding my own business, sitting on the porch swing when I noticed a brick moved!
On closer inspection, it was the biggest gray preying mantis I've ever seen.
It was so big even the Boy didn't want to catch it. I even think I heard it say,"leave me alone Boy".
THEN the very same day I went to deadhead some flowers and this guy scared me to death.
He was long and skinny and blended right in with the greenery.
Who knew preying manis' came in so many different colors?!
Here's hoping the next visitor isn't a bear or something.
Posted by D at 1:47 PM