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Sunday, 6 July 2014

Fogs & Dogs






Yet another weekend at Bottle Tree dealing with kids, dogs, weaners and fences.  A nervous time mustering for the canine team when the big fella's packing a weapon.  Meant for the increasing number of wild dogs, not the domestic variety.

Everything's been frosted, many dams are near dry, cattle are being moved, drought preparations are already underway.

Yay.

9 comments:

  1. The light in the fog photos is quite ethereal.
    Hopefully the big fella armed and dangerous also had the axe/chookrun effect in the canine workers. All pricked ears and responsive to commands, as per usual ;)
    Hey: silver lining. You've got grass. Just add "lassis

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  2. Argh... As I was saying, add molasses (Lassis boy calls it here) and you'll be right. Hopefully stocks will hold out this year.

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  3. It seems that the other half was prepared for any wild dog sightings. Looks like a calm kind of morning with the fog with dogs and kids. I hope you get some early rain to keep the grass going or at least some water in dams.

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  4. It looks rather chilly in your part of the world just now. I think I would be really quite scared of wild dogs, finding the domestic variety intimidating. I hope these wild dogs don't attack your cattle?

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  5. I love that mystical light that comes with fog. And the three dogs, three kids shot is a cracker.

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  6. this dry is such a huge worry! not many will cope with another round. wild cats are our hassle here atm.

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  7. I see you have the same dog lead as we have.

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  8. Spectacular photos, had to show hubby these ones. x

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  9. Wow, spectacular photos - they look like Pro Hart paintings!

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