Boundary Brothers / Bounding Brothers

As boundary brothers, Frankie and Typhoon were enthralled with something beyond the fence. And then they were bounding brothers back to the house.

The boundary brothers - Frankie and Typhoon

The boundary brothers – Frankie and Typhoon

Hu-Dad glanced out the window Sunday morning and noticed that Frankie and Typhoon were sitting at the of the yard staring through the fence. Despite a great deal of scrutiny through the lower field and into the edge of the woods, Hu-Dad was never able to figure out what had the boys’ attention. Something certainly was interesting.

Have no fear, though, as soon as breakfast was prepared, the boys transformed into bounding brothers with a race back to the house.

Did someone say breakfast?

Did someone say breakfast?


  1. Lori on January 7, 2018 at 7:34 pm

    It is such a mystery what they see! Izzy will sit at the back windows and stare out into the yard… we have no idea ????

  2. Juno's mom on January 7, 2018 at 1:37 pm

    Bookend boys. The promise of food prevailed. 😉

  3. Monty, Harlow, and Ramble on January 7, 2018 at 9:30 am

    Haha – I always wonder what they see. Harlow spends a lot of time gazing off into the distance too.

    Monty, Harlow, and Ramble

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