Wednesday, August 26, 2009
This is the time of year for tractor shows. Jake can't drag me to them unless they have a flea/antique market. We went to Baraboo on Saturday. The man in the booth with the sign thought I was nuts. Not a reaction that surprised me. When I saw the sign, I just started laughing. I had to have it. It could have something to do with the fact that our two collies are just in the final stages of a massive "coat drop". It felt like a fur farm around here for several weeks. Things are getting better now, but they lost a massive amount of fur.
Zippy has chosen this spot on hot days. It must be cool along side of the water tank, i.e. rain barrel, and lying on the green plants.
Last night, Libby decided to lie down by Zippy when they were up on the bed. It was a "Kodak" moment. It doesn't happen very often.
Innocent is not a word that I would ever use to describe either one of them.
Monday, August 17, 2009
Don't I look good in brown?
A walk around the farm with my husband, two sons, daughter-in-law, and seven dogs.
Dave and Holly's dogs are not purebreds, but they sure are big!
Not a flattering shot of Holly, but it shows the path where I walk with the dogs.
Dave and five of the dogs.
Time to go up the hill back towards the barn.
Coming around the last corner, I finally got into the picture.
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
Hey, Zippy here!
These are just some pictures that UN mom took after I got my bath. I just wanted Down South mom to see how I am growing into a real little handsome dude. They aren't prize photos, but you can see how I have grown into my ears, which are standing up now, thank you very much!
You can see all of me here but my head. I heard my cousins over at their house and just had to take a look. I have nice white feet, but they are hidden in the beautiful green grass that I play in. It is nice and cool where it grows behind the water tank. I like to relax there when we are outside playing.