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Sunset is upon us as the two wily combatants eye each other in the street. With the flick of a paw, the Siberian O.K. Corral is upon us.
During our walk yesterday afternoon, we encountered the cat sitting on top of the pile of recycled oyster shells and determined he is hard of hearing.
Yesterday, it rained and rained and rained. We resisted for as long as we could, but finally had to go out…resulting in a soggy dog day.
Hu-Dad’s observation post allows him to watch us in the yard without our knowledge, but Boom Boom invaded it upon discovery.
Despite a steady rain yesterday afternoon, the boys of The Herd insisted on their second walk of the day resulting in some wet walking woofs.
The first thing we do every morning is some yard time while the Hu-Dad sips his coffee. Yesterday, he took his camera and captured our morning face.
With rainy afternoon, Frankie Suave decided to hang out in the sentry post—known to the humans as the covered porch overlooking the salt marsh.
Sometimes, a guy has some very important things to say. Other times, we just have a chatterbox Landon with lots of talk though we are left wondering why.
Frankie Suave has always enjoyed the quieter things. At Chez Herd by the Sea, Frankie patrols his decks—two levels of lookout fun.
How do you get a sibling to engage in your favorite game? Landon’s answer is to use some Boom Boom Brother Banter until he chases you.
When our most cantankerous member of The Herd does something unusual, we refer to that as an unexpected Tyhpoon Phooey moment.