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Lately, we feel like traffic cops.
To explain, you need to understand that we live at the very end of a gravel road. And that road connects to another gravel road that runs through the 1000 acre ranch we talk about (and, in the other direction, goes to the ski area). As you can imagine, not too many humans venture down our road.
Since Hu-Dad’s study is at the front of the house, we immediately hear and see anyone who does venture down the road.
In this last week, we have noticed a sudden influx of visitors.
We posted the other day about how three of our big dog neighbors had somehow gotten out of the ranch’s fencing. Quite the surprise to see them eating the grass in front of our house.
Big dogs can be quite elusive and the ranch hands were still searching for them yesterday. Though we didn’t see them yesterday, a neighbor did, so that’s why they were out our way looking for them. And, yes, we thought it was interesting with all of the horses they have, that this cowboy’s “horse” was a little loud.
We have had quite the explosion of these little dogs this year. They are everywhere. We try to play tag, but they are fast.
Just in case Hu-Dad ever fails to notice the action, we are always glad to alert him to any movement. Otherwise, he would be working on that crazy computer thing without break. Aren’t we helpful?
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