Monday, May 4, 2015

Smooch causes a commotion

Fly season started over the weekend, which means a nightly walk into the pasture 
to remove Hank's fly mask. I took Smooch with me on Saturday. 
George and Alan were compelled to show off for her benefit.

12 comments:

  1. You sure know how to brighten a grim monday. George and Alan remind me om my brothers when we were growing up. Always bugging each other, really anoying!

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  2. Was George braying at the end? or just 'smelling something'?

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    1. Just smelling something...you can probably guess what.

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  3. Oh those quick back legs!

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  4. Northern AB gal5/4/15, 6:44 AM

    Typical boys :)
    BTW, the article about the carnivorous chickens was very interesting.

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  5. They are so ornery! Love them! Wondered the same thing if George was braying or not? Thanks for the laugh this morning!

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  6. Alan - No mean no. Love, George. (and Aunt Jean)

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  7. Will they be sporting the grazing muzzles from last years collection? I can see that green grass coming up.
    So...was Smooch impressed?

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    1. They will start wearing their grazing muzzles, but probably not for a month or so. Right now, we're in the hay-reduction phase of their diet plan. And no, Smooch was not impressed - probably more scared than anything.

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  8. bb..b...b...b....b.....uh....that's all folks!

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  9. This video helped distract a kiddo from Pain and Torture today :-) it amused him for a bit and he didn't even know he was working!

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  10. An American in Tokyo5/6/15, 6:46 PM

    Silly boys! I could watch them all day...
    Hmm, maybe you need a live cam out in the Back 40?! hee hee!

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