The Race To A Photo Finish

We came across a finish line for a human 5K race so decided to have our own exciting Herd Race which ended in a photo finish.

Landon in the lead, until ...
Landon in the lead, until …

The race was fast-paced and exciting, right down to the wire. Boom Boom had a considerable lead and thought he had the race won when Cheoah started whispering that she heard some snacks were being served off to the side of the course.

Snacks? Where?
Snacks? Where?

Cheoah snickers at her deviousness and heads for the finish line. Will she make it across before Landon figures out the joke?

Snickering. The photo finish shows who won...and who is still looking for the snacks.
Snickering. The photo finish shows who won…and who is still looking for the snacks.

Movie Memory Monday

If the blazing speeds above are too much for you on a Monday Morning, you really aren’t prepared to handle the Ins and Outs of The Herd in this week’s Movie Memory Monday. But try it anyway.

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  1. Debbie Hallenbeck on April 8, 2019 at 6:39 pm

    The smart girl won!!!

  2. Juno's mom on April 8, 2019 at 9:30 am

    You’re so good at turning an average photo into a story.

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