RRRRRUUUUUFFF! Harro, my peeps and tweets! Finally! I’ve been bugging the lady to let me have a go at the blog for a few weeks now. As my new friend, Mr. Taylor, says, we canines have a need to blog–just gotta get some stuff off our chests once in a while.
Anyways, as you all know, I do a superb job of guarding the house and the yard. Why, just the other night I alerted the lady to a marauding raccoon on the back porch. She was ever so grateful to be saved from such a dangerous predator. (Editor’s note: must get raccoon-proof containers for the dog food.)
But you know, for a skilled guardian like me, there’s only so much guarding that needs to be done. Lately, I’ve had a lot of extra time on my paws. And I’ve taken up a new hobby that I’d like to share with you all–LANDSCAPING! RRRRUUUUUFFF!!!
In this shot you can see some of my skilled use of waste plastic and drip irrigation hose. I think the hose looks much better over here than where it was originally. Also, I love the placement of a large cushion in the middle of the yard instead of inside the doggie room. Gotta think outside the box, you know?
At this time of year, sticks are at a premium. Still, I have managed to find a number of different types of sticks to use in my landscaping efforts.
Ah yes, plastic milk jugs. One of my favorite toys. Great to add some interest to the garden after I have demolished them.
The old man shows off a particularly interesting stick display. An artful arrangement of young branches, old twigs, and bamboo stakes.
I think the old geezer approves of my work!
Surveying his kingdom:
(editor’s note: hope all y’all had a great holiday Monday. I watched the movie Shine with Geoffrey Rush (from The King’s Speech.) Such an inspirational and true story. Here’s a link to the real pianist that Rush portrays.
Back to work tomorrow. Countdown: 33 shifts left!!