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Frankie Suave and Roscoe P. form a double sentry in Hu-Dad’s study for the all-important task of squirrel watching.
The oldest and youngest members of The Herd share a passion for squirrel watching. Frankie Suave on the left and Roscoe P. on the right take full advantage of the windows in Hu-Dad’s study to keep track of all of the neighborhood happenings, but squirrels are the top of the list.
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For some reason we don’t have many squirrels in our neighborhood BUT BUNNIES take their places. I hate to say this but they aren’t the brightest bulbs in the sockets!! Unfortunately IF the dogs get on their tails-GOODBYE bunny!!
Typhoon approves of your comment. He has out-zigged and out-zagged more rabbits than should be possible, but has never caught a squirrel. Since he has become a step slower with age, probably never will, but don’t count him out.
The older (and stronger) Sparky gets, the more I hate squirrels….
Perfect sentries. I spy what look like treat containers, possibly a productivity assist (distraction) tool? 😀
Good exercise for Hu-Dad to get out of his chair and treat us.
2 peas in a pod !!
Keeping the neighborhood “beasts” from getting in their home!!