Life On and Off an Acreage

In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.

Two things that horses are scared about:

1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move

April 19, 2011

What next?

I tought I saw a Puddy Tat waay up there! It is my job to protect the Acreage. Some of the neighbours cats are mean.
 Now, can somebody tell me how to get down?


Farmchick said...

He looks very sweet up there!

S. Etole said...

What a very attentive guard dog!

Jane said...

That was so cute! Pretty dog,and protecter. Blessings jane PS Has it quit snowing?

Gregg said...

He'll figure it out by dinner time!

Gregg Metcalf
Colossians 1:28-29

Gospel-driven Disciples

IanH said...

texwisgirl has left a new comment on your post "What next?":

ha ha ha!!! such a brave, tough dog! :)

IanH said...

Yep, she knows she's cute, all 95 pounds of her!

Gregg, you know your dogs! This one lives by her stomach.

Jane: As I type, we have another snow squall going through. It should be back to normal temperatures +14C by this weekend.

Cathy M. said...

Sweet! My Granddad had a huge hay shed like that. I found a handful of Pinkies in there one time. I took them to my Grandma as if they were a bouquet of flowers. She was NOT delighted. I'll bet that's what's attracting the cats.

*The Old Geezer said...

Maybe she should ask the Putty Tat waay up there? Cats never seem to have any trouble getting down from high places :-)

Terry said...

What a beautiful girl!

I am catching up with blogs, and want to tell you how much I enjoyed your post on your wonderful marriage. Heartfelt congratulations.

forgetmenot said...

Great looking dog--good company, good watchdog I bet! Have a great Easter weekend. Mickie :)

Lloyd said...

I love this post. May our Lord shine upon you and your family this Resurrection Day. God bless, Lloyd

Starry Dawn said...

Hi Ian,
Happy Easter with all your dear family
and loved ones!!
I am glad the weather begins to show
a little better. Spring will soon flourish.
Congratulations on your Wedding Anniversary!!
You and your wife look great in the picture.
Well, about this post, I love it!!
I love Brooklyn. She looks like an adorable dog.
She is certainly a great watch dog.
I am sure that she could be easily trained
to retrieve ducks or other birds.
I love golden retrievers, for they are pretty
charming dogs. One day, I'll get one...
We make plans to buy a house in New York.
How about Boots?? Is he OK?? I wonder...
I would love to see a new pic of Boots,
if you decide to grant your readers that kind
of blessing. Ian, I truly enjoy reading your posts. Keep them coming, Ian.
I pray that everything goes well with you all.
God bless you, your family and loved ones!!
Until we write again.
Poet and Song-Writer Starry Dawn.