First of all, Roxy caught a galah!
Not this galah, we got this picture off the Internet.....because someone didn't have a camera and was flapping around like a galah, yelling at Roxy to drop it!
Which Roxy did.
SHE's never sure whether or NOT it's more humane to interfere. In this case said galah sort of wonkily flew away.
SHE said there must have been something wrong with it if Roxy was able to catch it in the first place.
That was very exciting but there was more excitement when we got home.
A large labrador puppy stopped by to say hello. He tried his hardest to get into our yard.
But, as it was Sunday...and he was obviously well-cared for, we let him go home by himself.
He was too excitable to see if he had ID on his collar.
We think he lives just a few houses away.
Then SHE had a big surprise. A year ago SHE planted potatoes in containers. The harvest was about a dozen small potatoes. This year SHE planted apple cucumbers--which Roxy vetoed--zucchinis, also vetoed, long cucumbers,squash and tomatoes. Roxy didn't bother those.
Anyway, as everything was growing, some plants appeared in the containers SHE didn't use. As the lady bug attacked those plants, SHE didn't have to dust any of the other plants. SHE reckoned SHE was accidentally companion farming!
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On Sunday, SHE checked out the containers and found these spuds! SHE was very excited.
We weren't.....we were busy chewing our bones.
These are the remains of the first day of chew.
So as you can tell, we had another great weekend.
We've been reading about many of you enjoying all the SNOW....
or not! (Still in the high 90s here.)
We have a fish oil ad here with a clown fish like Nemo--Bella always attacks it.