Inspecting Hu-Dad’s Work

When needed projects around the house finally happen, we get busy inspecting Hu-Dad’s work to make sure he has done it up to our standards.

Very impressive, Hu-Dad, that you finally handled things.
Very impressive, Hu-Dad, that you finally handled things.

With stormy weather predicted through the weekend, Hu-Dad decided he needed to tackle some outdoor tasks including get the grass mowed inside Sibe Quentin. We guess Roscoe’s complaints Wednesday paid off.

Inspecting Hu-Dad's work, The Little Prince is impressed the grass isn't above his knees.
Inspecting Hu-Dad’s work, The Little Prince is impressed the grass isn’t above his knees.

The lack of shaggy grass may discourage the rabbits from entering the fence for a couple of days, much to Typhoon’s disappointment, but he is trying to make the best of things.

Do you know the best part of fresh cut grass?
Do you know the best part of fresh cut grass?

WIth the grass cut and a near perfect day of spring weather, His Haughtiness decided only one reaction was appropriate.

Wriggle in the grass like no one is watching.
Wriggle in the grass like no one is watching.

3 Comments

  1. nicole.tester on April 19, 2019 at 12:33 pm

    Amazing how The Prince’s looks are changing. He is becoming a little man, and has filled out. He is looking like a wolf!

  2. Juno's mom on April 19, 2019 at 9:46 am

    Ah, the smell of fresh cut grass….. (and it helps for finding those doggy doodles :-D)

  3. Jean Burkhardt on April 19, 2019 at 5:39 am

    Good job Hu-Dad-both Typhoon and Roscoe and the rest of the herd will be happy that nasty grass is short and GREAT to roll around in!

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