A Rare Serious Boom Boom

We have little explanation for today’s post except to say that the Hu-Dad was amused to see a rare serious Boom Boom stalking about the yard.

Is Landon deep in thought? Concentrating hard? Or just daydreaming?
Is Landon deep in thought? Concentrating hard? Or just daydreaming?

Landon is known for his devil-may-care attitude, always bouncing the yard in his usual playful self—which is how he got the nickname Boom Boom in the first place. So when Hu-Dad saw him moving about the yard and intently staring at different spots, curiosity grew.

Boom Boom sniffing and hunting.
Boom Boom sniffing and hunting.

Is he hunting the voles and other creatures in our yard, much like his brothers, the mighty hunters? Is he playing a game that only he knows the rules. We have no answers, only photos.

Let me stare some more at a random spot just to make the Hu-Dad wonder.
Let me stare some more at a random spot just to make the Hu-Dad wonder.

5 Comments

  1. S Deaver on June 5, 2019 at 10:47 pm

    Whatever he is doing, Boom Boom is doing it beautifully!

  2. Laura47 on June 5, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    Maybe he’s pretending to be a C-A-T. They stare at nothing regularly, after all.

  3. Suri's Mom on June 5, 2019 at 11:42 am

    He is so handsome! He obviously enjoys playing Boom Boom games that only he knows the rules of!

  4. Lori & Izzy Belle Bear on June 5, 2019 at 7:58 am

    Maybe it’s just one o those days when Landon is seeing what only Landon can see ????

  5. Jean Burkhardt on June 5, 2019 at 5:32 am

    I honestly Landon IS playing a game with Hu-Dad. What the heck is he hunting OR maybe wanting to amuse his audience! I guess it will be a secret forever!

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