Suspicious Movement

After all of the rain we have had, Monday was a pleasant, sunny, cool spring day. All of us took advantage of the nice weather by napping in some of the best spots around the yard, positioned so we could monitor for any suspicious movement.

prime picnic table

Look who secured the prime picnic table position.

Typhoon some how scored the picnic table, a particularly coveted spot in the yard. It is close to the perimeter of the fence, but a fair distance from the house. He should have been a little more suspicious of why he was able to have it without contest.

what do i hear

What do I hear?

The problem with that distance is that you may miss important things happening at the house.

no one challenging

Hey! I just figured out why no one is challenging me for the picnic table.

And, of course, the most important event coming from the house is supper time.

Don't start without me

Don’t start without me!

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