Friday, November 20, 2020

Square Dog Friday... Change

Trying to get a few thing done before December.

Fountain fixed new light installed.

Winter grass planted fenced off for 2 weeks

Gud Dugs not happy.

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Let Us In !
They can't come to the Studio Door now so they look longingly at me anyway they can.


New lights placed outside around Gud Dug window. Color lights inside . 

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  Here is your pretty for the weekend.

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Badger ! he wanted to vote or get a cookie ?
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My phone camera is garbage. . .  but Tangelo Tree is full of fruit.
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Everyone take care and be safe.
cheers,  parsnip
 





28 comments:

  1. I can see why that would keep the dogs put out.

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  2. The gud dugs look like they are in prison, or at least I'm sure they want you to feel that way! I love that Tangelo Tree but I have never eaten that type of fruit.

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    1. Tangelos are big, juicy, sweet and wonderful. We candy the peel and make marmalade with them.

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  3. How is Winston doing? Do you scalp your lawn every year?

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    1. Winston is not good. Albert cuts the lawn very short and then seeds and fertilize it. So twice a year.

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  4. Those gud dugs and their 'pouty' faces made me laugh out loud. Ah, but only for two weeks and then back to the messing up the grass again. Me and Dottie Dog sending you and all lots of hugs. X

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    1. They are like cows, sheep ? they love to chop on salad everyday.

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    1. I love the baby Badgers. We are a Badger lovin family.

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  6. Aww gud dugs have to wait for two weeks. They will be happy once the fence is taken away :-) The lights are beautiful. And tangelo tree is very pretty with full of fruits!

    Happy weekend to you all xo

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    1. We all love the Tangelo tree it used to be so much bigger.

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    2. I haven't seen them in years. I remember they were popular in the late '80s. We used to get them in our school band citrus sale.

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    3. My friend in Florida says she can find HoneySweets or something like that and they are even better than Tangelos.
      Since the big hard freeze many years ago I lost several citrus trees small grove on the eastside and this one had to be cut down by half. I used to have so much fruit. I need to start taking better care of the few left and up the feeding.

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    4. My sister lives in California and they have citrus trees in their yard - lemons, I think. That would be amazing!

      Happy Thanksgiving!

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  8. WOW! So many pretties, even with the pups on the "other side"! xo

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  9. George's package arrived yesterday and he has been absolutely THRILLED with it! He carries the duckie all around the house with him and is currently falling asleep with it beside his chin. ❤ Thank you!!!!! And thanks to your gud dugs too!

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    1. I have had the package for sometime. I just wanted a special treat for such a gud dug. Plus I wish we lived closer the dugs need a play time.

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    3. WHY do we have to be separated by so many miles?! :(

      I keep telling Gregg that I want to visit the Southwest one of these days. If I do, we will make a special trip through Tucson to say hello and to thank you in person. You are a good friend!

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  10. I hope you and your gud dogs had a happy Thanksgiving. One of the dogs we used to have had a built-in calendar when it came to Thanksgiving. I swear, from the time I got out of bed on Thanksgiving, he danced around my feet impatiently, because he KNEW he'd be getting turkey innards and gravy for dinner, and there was no rest in his butt until his face was finally buried in his bowl. :)

    Take care, sweet lady, and be safe.

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