Wednesday, May 5, 2010

A Prank in the Pasture ~ The Conclusion

This all started because George, accidentally or on purpose, closed the gate between himself and Alan and the two were separated for an hour. Alan got mad, and then he got even. Then George didn't want you all to think he was a pushover, so he took control.

I am 4 inches taller than you, and don't you EVER forget it!



I am two months older than you, and don't you EVER forget that either!



I remember. Really I do. Now let me go.


Break it up, you guys. Somebody's gonna get hurt, mom's gonna get upset,
she's stressed out enough about the locoweed. Give her a freakin' break!



You're preachin' to the choir, Hank.
Convince George to stop chasing my ass and we can all relax.





Sorry about all the dust on your lens, mom. It's George's fault.


Would you two just stop? Now Smooch is upset!


Yeah, cut it out. You're scaring me.



Enough is enough! Call a truce already.
I will not tolerate this behavior in my barnyard.




And finally, Deets – the voice of reason – convinces George and Alan to play nice and take a nap.

27 comments:

  1. WOW, that series of pictures sure had my heart pumping with all the activity and everyone at 7MSN getting involved! Glad Deets settled everyone down and hope he keeps them under control.

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  2. Good Lord. When one of the boys gets a might "tetched" all hell breaks loose. I've been exhausted for three days just watching those two..........hahahahahaha. Love them all.

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  3. Those two really are like little kids! Or dogs. Their antics never seem to end, do they : )

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  4. Lord! I'm glad they finally settled down. It's been like watching The Perils of Pauline!
    (I'm not that old, but you know what I mean.)

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  5. Good thing the Deets Pasture Patrol got the boys to simmer down! Every barnyard needs a voice of reason to keep the peace!

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  6. You might need to threaten to send them to boarding school.
    I would love watching them. I might even run with them a little.

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  7. My heart is still racing after reading this! Boys will be boys, I guess:)

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  8. Are you sure they haven't eaten those loco weeds.. great story and wonderful action shots. Thanks again!
    Best always, Sandra

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  9. Fabulous action shots Carson. It looks like they were having a blast!

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  10. Nancy in NC5/5/10, 7:37 AM

    Amazing set of photo's. I enjoy your blog so much, I hope you never, ever think of stopping. Hope all is peaceful in the barnyard today.

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  11. Great photo commentary. Love all the "characters" in the production! This is why I can't wait to come here every day.

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  12. Carol Lane5/5/10, 8:18 AM

    Sheriff Deets and his long arm of the paw, settles the score peacefully. The wild woolly west is now woolly and peaceful!!

    Great pictures and captions, Linda. I just want to scratch their butts and ears.

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  13. Great story and pictures! Those donks, they are a hoot. Good for Deets in his "take control" attitude.

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  14. Aaah....I always knew Deets was a zen kitty.

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  15. Reminds me sooo much of when my boys were little - same fightin', runnin', tauntin' - thought it would drive me crazy at the time, but, boy, I sure do miss it. Great pictures and story.

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  16. Whew! Am glad this Cliffhanger has finally been concluded! The boys must be exhausted. I love, love, love this series of photos.... and the boys of course!

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  17. HAHHA!!! Deets sure had the right attitude for the gaming going on..hilarious to see him sitting there-calmly so- as they ran around the hedges!
    Good truce..naps give you another perspective ~
    KK

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  18. What fun! Deets, you are king.

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  19. Ah-ha....all they are doing is re-charging their batteries!!!

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  20. Trust a cat to rule the roost!!!

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  21. I can hear the bluegrass/"Beverly Hillbilly" music playing as all hell broke loose for a bit! Hysterical that Hank finally tried to put his hoof down. And poor Smooch.....does no one listen to him? Yea...leaave it to a cat to put his paw down and they all listened......

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  22. PS: were you just completely cracking up as this whole thing unfolded....or were you a little nervous hoping that it didn't end of with needing a call to the vet?

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  23. There is no end of fun at the 7MSN with those two characters! I love the last photo and Alan's red ears- now that they aren't pinned! Of course they listened to Deets- he rules!

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  24. This is precisely why I hate to leave town! I miss the big dust ups.

    Glad that peace has descended again on 7MSN.

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  25. PPS: I was looking at this series of posts again tonight....sent the links to a friend! Seriously, you should put this in a slide show with some bluegrassy type music in the background. (you know the kind I'm talking about....when there is chaos going on in the Beverly Hillbillies or something)

    so much fun!!!!

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  26. what a joy to discover your site- your photos and narrative are equally amazing ! blessings to you and yours from kentucky !!

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