Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Doggies!

Can you believe it? Two posts in the month of July on this here blog. I's must be getting ill.

Today's post will feature another batch of photos taken this past July 4th weekend, and as the title suggests, it will feature doggies, specifically the one living here at the house.


The first two are of my mother's/daughter's nutty little chiuahauhau Oreo. Oreo has done an incredibly remarkable job of purging the entire backyard of all possible living creatures.

Birds? gone. Squirrels? ditto. Ducks? beyond a shadow of doubt. Rabbit? Getting there.



 

 The next two are of my mother's dog Lucky. Lucky is alder than dirt (about 18 or so), can't see and suffers from seriously short term memory loss.

As in, I can walk out the door and return fifteen seconds later to be barked at like it was my first time entering the house. In perpetuity.

As you can see, he is just chillin' in the sun.






 I was able to get a bunch of actions shots of Oreo from where I was (zoom lens on the camera) in the yard. In these two, you can see he was starting to go to town with scratching his back on the lawn.

And for those of you who are truly desperate to have music today, I double dog dare you to click on this link.

Father Nature's Corner

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    1. Yes it is. But he's still going strong.

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  2. Cute!! Although I wouldn't want to find Oreo's leftovers.

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    1. Fortunately, no leftovers. No animals were harmed in the creation of this post, just the peaceful eviction of those whom the tiny little terror does not like.

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  3. Thanks for the photos--and the song.

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    1. You are more than welcome. Hoped it brightened your day a little. :D

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  4. My god, I've seen the video though when or why I can't remember.

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    1. It's a cool song. I'd first heard it on the Dr. Demento radio show many, many decades ago, so I thought it would be a perfect fit for here.

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    2. That sunshine sure do look good about now.

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