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This Week's Thundering Herd Special Features
Weekly thoughts from our Hu-Dad with the latest updates on his writing projects, the books he's reading, and a gratuitous dog photo of us.
Requiem for a Rabbit
May 21, 2023
A poor bunny made a bad decision, so I wanted to pay my respects with a requiem for a rabbit. My dogs plotted their own event.
Way Back Wednesday
Each week, we reach back into our vault of over 4,700 previous posts and share a favorite. We hope you enjoy this look back.
Missed A Rabbit By A Hare
In a fumble of Sibe Quentin security, Typhoon almost caught another rabbit, though Hu-Dad has kidded him that he missed it by a hare.
Beautiful! How fantastic to be next to a ski area!!! Crank up those snow makers 🙂
Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
This is idyllic. If you ever start a doggie B&B, we’ll be first in line. 🙂
The Hu-dad has a TRACTOR! Wow, there’s gonna be some serious jealousy from the he-dad in this house! The previous owner had a tractor, and as part of the house closing, our hu-dad tried to get the tractor thrown in. The other male’s reply: NO WAY!
Good idea cutting the grass to avoid foxtails. I had a long conversation with my vet about the fact that even though they didn’t find a foxtail in R’s nose, there’s still a chance that it had already migrated in toward the rest of his body and could take months to manifest itself. Gee thanks, I needed something else to worry about!
I entered your contest by mailing my form on Tuesday. Hope that you get it soon!
We love to see the green in your pictures. I live in a wide brown land and green is a rarity!
Your hikes look so beautiful.
Gosh, what lovely views you have from your property! Are the dogs every allowed to run off leash? We can let our dogs run out in the country where my parents live, supervised of course.
Thanks for visiting us yesterday and looking at our pictures. I thought Yellowstone was one of the most beautiful and interesting places I have ever been.
The grass and weeds are a constant battle!
Wow you are surrounded with tranquility. That field with the tree in the middle of it is a painter’s dream.
It’s so beautiful there! I could help you cut some of the grass. That’s one of my favorite snacks! 🙂
What beautiful photos! Love that country side 🙂
Maybe you need to add a herd of sheep to the collection:)
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Oh what beautiful greenery…scenery!!! (Notice a common thread from the Californians hah!) Pretty wildflowers in there too… yes, it would be fun to run through that large picturesque field!!!
Khould I please have some salad furst?
THEN woo khan khrank up the trakhtor!
Khyra The Husky Holstein
PeeEssWoo: There is an envelope heading your way today!
woooooow nice tree
we wanna pee on it!!
El’bow & Hauwii
I’ve had a harness for Lucy since she was 8 weeks old (of course, she’s outgrown the 1st one, and we’re on to harness #2.) Even though she’s buckled in- and has very little room for movement- my parental instincts always kick and when I know about to stop quickly- I still reach for her! (If people would just stop pulling out in front of me- I could relax a little bit! lol!)
Just remember that tall grasses are good to hide in!!
Woofs and Kisses!
The Fiesty Three
What gorgeous grass and scenic views! Too bad the herd aren’t grazers!
Overgrown grasses in my neck of the woods would be blood sucking ticks!!! They’re so bad here. My late brother Ziggy had lymes disease twice and we never ran anywhere but our manicured backyard. Mom thinks Tommy the cat brought the tick visitors to Ziggy. Nice! Thanks for coming to visit me evern though my human helper has been lax in blogging the last few months. It was great to hear from you!
I thought the tall grass would be fun to run wild in!
ooo oooo I’m first. I thought you’d say let the herd run amuck and roach in the fields… oh I know wishful thinking.