Monday, April 27, 2009

Sadie's adventure in the woods

Please keep in mind that it doesn't take much for Sadie to have an adventure. For instance, if she looks out the window and sees a certain boxer in the distance, she goes into her "kill" mode. Unless you let her out to chase her, in which case she's careful not to get within ten feet of the boxer.



That thing in the upper right-hand corner is the strap of my camera. I do believe I see the glint of an eye far down in the log, though.

7 comments:

Hyperblogal said...

That is the cyclops puma... well known to inhabit areas of Lafayette County and regions to the south... approaching this close however indicates reconstructive surgery in the not too distant future.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

You are braver than I would be...my daughters dogs have had run ins with skunks before. I wanted to tell you too, that there are azalea bushes that do winter over. I have one that's been around over 17 years now. It has buds starting to form so it'll be a while yet before it blooms.

Lindie said...

I am listening to an audio book right now, (well not right this minute!) called Deep Freeze, and the first chapter is about a hunting dog finding a dead body in a hollow log!

Anne said...

I love the music and I soooooooo need to kiss her ears and your cheek. Lovingly, Anne

madcobug said...

Awww, Sadie the great hunter, bless her heart she knows something is is there and can probably tell from it's smell what it is. She is such a good companion for you in the woods and around the house. No doubt she has a part of you heart. Wonder if a possum is in there?
Helen

Adirondackcountrygal said...

Oh that is funny, she was telling you near the end, there it is Mom, right in there, reach in and get it for me.

Lori said...

Yep, I see the eye of "some pesky varmint" back there. I just love Sadie!!