Monday, October 14, 2019
First of all, look at THIS!
In OUR front yard, just outside our surveillance window!
And it didn't move when we told it to....
THEN on Monday, there was more mischief.
(Although, it wasn't mischief in our view.)
On our run , Roxy thought she saw something and went charging after it (ignoring all calls). Naturally, Dui followed.
We did come back...eventually...when we didn't find anything.
SHE was so angry, we were put on leads and had to WALK
sedately next to HER.
We did not get our 'good dog' treats and SHE ignored us for the rest of the day.
Roxy started to run off again this morning. She did come
back quickly, but had to be put on the lead.
Dui ran off a little further up the track and had to have the lead, too.
Right in front of us and we could do NOTHING!
That 'roo was lucky we were restrained....
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Monday, October 7, 2019
Friday, October 4, 2019
Tonight the clocks will 'spring' forward.
The temperatures are warmer.
Despite the drought, our trees and bushes are blossoming.
We like going out in the garden early in the morning.
Of course, there are more flies.
And the woollens have been washed and ready to pack away....
or in HER suitcase for a visit to Virginia in November.
Once again, the 'Madi Hug Scarf' made by Madi's Mom
sent to us when Daisy died five years ago,
has been washed and is ready for action next June
when it is winter again.
Sure signs that Spring is here!
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
As you know we have problems with CATS.
We work hard alerting the area when the
cats are on the move.
As it is getting warmer, they tend to stay in the
storm drains and move to the 'free' bar across the street.
That is, when Ghost Kitty isn't watching.
However, we admit that sometimes they are amusing.
Sunday, September 29, 2019
We've been busy. But nothing much to write about.
We've been to the river every morning to walk around the track.
Bella has 'suffered' puppy sniffs.
Roxy and Kenzie continue their keep away games.
The pups are growing quickly.
And Dui has discovered a hole.
Each and every time we walk past the spot,
he has to race over and put his head in it.
Turns out, it is a neatly dug den of some sort.
Don't know what dug it, but suspect the fox Dui bailed up
a few weeks ago.
We have also chased a 'roo that has been on our side of the river
a few mornings.
So it's just the same ol' stuff.