Post in 'The Inglenook' started by loon, Mar 11, 2012.
Hahaha, I like the middle pic Kathleen.
Are you his/her new owner? Rescue?
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Good for you Kathleen and good looking pups for sure...
Is Buddy wearing a bell now?
No i had to take it off jake as he wouldnt move with it on
That's my new chicken guardian. I was having trouble with neighbor dogs. A big skinny raggedy pup pulled out of a tiny pen in a Tennessee 'holler. No manners at all, but sweet as heck.
I think my cat looks like Emma......this is Dusty and he didn't care for the flash!
Yes he does jack..
Went and marked some tree's earlier and got very lucky as Emma was doing her usual walkabout and when she got back to me she had 'one' single porcupine quil up her nose
she came up and sat down waiting for me to pull it out..
This picture was before the trouble started
That's awesome, K
Mr. Murphy, visiting the Dixiette (who was Murph sitting) whilst I was down the road from Gamma's house, unbeknownst to either Gamma or I until after the fact
Me and Emma got a few loads done today
Looks good Loon, did you take the quil out yourself?
Yes i did zap but it took 2 pulls
Was out in the woods yesterday and still having problems with the trespassers
So i set up a little bait and a cheap game camera
Maybe put a schmeer of peanut butter on it too.
Wonder if horses like peanut butter flatbed?
Pretty sure this is the same doe, caught her the other day pulling out the driveway going to work in the same field
And Mrs loon would like a sitting area over in the wood lot..Man-Oh-Man!! a 24ft small maple is a @#!%$ to get on a trailer by yourself
will post a couple of pics on the plan for it in a bit..
Gonna need about another 70ft to finish the perimeter
Glad to see the "Foreman" all dressed in white keeping and eye on the operations LOL. Wonder if Miss Doe has a small one hiding in the area?
Not sure about the deer rotti as i havent seen any little tracks? and Emma does run a tight ship
Just went and grabbed the camera rotti and guess what?
Will throw them out some more apples tomorrow..
Still too early for the dropping of fawns. I probably won't put a camera out for another month or more.
Nice pics Loon,looks like your staying busy.
Thinking a yearling Savage? Nice to see them back around here for sure
Will post a couple pictures of whats going on around here in a bit zap
Definitely looks like a very late arrival fawn from late summer or early fall. no wonder the old girl is sticking close.
Started the other day with my buddies 'split down the middle' Locust and finished up today..
Pretty close to the grain shed but the tractor and steel cable did its job
Then we came back over to the house and had round 2 with the Maple in my backyard.
Emma and Buddy had to help out though
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