Wednesday, March 7, 2012

I Dare Ya !

I've been busy in my studio this week setting some amazing rocks and rather neglecting my blog. Things are busy in the garden too, I had a hedgerow of dying oleander removed, chain saw and stump grinding, now the 11 gigantic beasts need to be replaced, a big job but it will be fun selecting more suitable guests, something, native and more bird usable. I will spend some of my day today photographing my work to show here tomorrow.
In the meantime I hope you take a moment to visit here. I double dog dare ya not to smile. You may even laugh out loud, I did!

Enjoy the day, xo Ro

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  1. What a great picture...and I am glad you are busy of the good sorts...I visited and I have to say that these photos are truly unique...and I did smile out loud. xx

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  2. How do you FIND this stuff?????? Our dogs chase balls in the slough all summer--now I know what it looks like from the muskrats' point of view. Haahaaahaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

    (And we're supposed to believe you're working???)

    Have fun choosing new residents for your garden--that can be so much fun!!

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    1. yes, she is working I can attest to that! hee hee, great picture of Banjo!
      ok, I can LOL now!
      xo!

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    2. Thanks for the report, Deb--and you're right, that IS a great picture of Banjo--we don't often get to see the full face--I love her expression!

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    3. Bryce found it somewhere, don't you love it! Now you can imagine their faces when they fetch!! Ha haaaa!!

      I'm thinking about plants too what else is new :)

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  3. Ha! Those are hilarious! Thanks for the laugh :)

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  4. My reply button just went wacky.

    Thanks for backing me up Deb! :)

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  5. Ro, you've been a very busy girl in and out of the studio! Thank you today's link! I really needed the laugh today.

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  6. HILARIOUS!! Yes, definitely laughed out loud :o) xoxoxo

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    1. Me too and I'm amazed some of those smaller breeds would dive into a pool!
      xxxx0000

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  7. Oh my gosh...you HAVE been busy!

    Love the link you shared.....ah hah ha! Lots of laughs....sent it along to Cara. Those are some serious canines on those canines :o)!

    P.S. XO to sweet Banjo.

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  8. It seems like there's always a lot to do and hard to concentrate with all that noise :(

    I think my favorite is the last shot of der veiner hunden. I can't believe a doxie with those short legs would, go for it, in water.

    They're all wonderful!

    Banjo thanks you and xo's back !

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