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Poor Roscoe didn’t know which way to turn on yesterday’s walk with distractions everywhere, so he tried to do every direction.
At the very beginning of our walk, a squirrel hung upside down on a tree at eye level with Roscoe and chattered its discontent. And then a squirrel on the other side of our path scattered across the ground just a few feet away. From that point on, Roscoe was looking everywhere for the next squirrel.
As a result of his back and forth, Roscoe probably walked twice as far as everyone else. And Hu-Dad thought that would be fine because then maybe he would be twice as tired when we got back home.
Movie Memory Monday
With all of the action from the walk, we decided this week’s Movie Memory Monday should be a much calmer film. We present Flickering Fire, a scene of great serenity.
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