Monday, February 25, 2013

Garden fences fall'n down, fall'n down, fall'n down..

On no!
Fence down.

I never did understand why She fenced off these bushes.
I don't always dig up the roots.



Honest Mom…. it wasn't me.
Could this face lie?
Maybe the squirrels did it.

Can I have a treat now?   I'm kinda hungry.

         Wags,
             Ranger

26 comments:

  1. *BOL*...you SURE you're telling the truth Jnr Officer Ranger??

    Wally & Sammy

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  2. Hmm, you could always blame it on your pal Cocco that cannot deny his rooting!

    Oink oink,
    Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

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    1. Great idea. I'll try that.
      Thanks Cocco.
      Wags,
      Ranger

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  3. NO Way, could that face ever lie. I say Yep, those darn squirrels, I mean you cant trust them one bit. You could say that Addi stopped by for a visit!! bol
    Hope you get that treat!!

    wags
    Jazzi and Addi

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    1. Another great idea. Next time I might have to blame Addi. Thanks Jazzi.
      Wags,
      Ranger

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  4. Ranger we know it was not you..... it was those pesky SQUIRRELS! Have a marvelous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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    1. Thanks Molly. This morning, I showed Mom how good I can chase one of those squirrels our of my yard. I think she is starting to believe me.
      Wags,
      Ranger

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  5. Squirrels. Blame the squirrels. Smart move.

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    1. Mom doesn't seem to be buying the squirrel excuse. I'm gonna have to come up with somethin else.
      Wags,
      Ranger

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  6. That fence wouldn't even stop our rabbits. It's so puny that it's not a fence, just bad garden art.

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    1. I agree. Bad, bad garden art. It really had to go.
      Wags,
      Ranger

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  7. YES - it is always the squirrels - they bury their nuts under the roots and then come looking for them again and dig up the plants to get to them

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  8. Of course it was the squirrels!

    Susan and Wrigs

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  9. Shiloh here - we once had a monster in forsythia bush once - just HAD tue chase it out. We also had a Burnin'Bush once (still due BUTT mom moved it) Any bush called a burnin'bush iz nuthin'butt trouble. Anyway, what kind of evidence duz your mom haf tue prove u did any wrong? It HAD tue b squirrelz - they due stuff ALL the time an'blame it on us.

    An'by the way - thank u soooo furry much fur the award - we will git it when mom iz home tue help. An'congratchulashunz fur gittin'it - u dun good :) !

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  10. YEP.... it was those PESKY Tree Rats FUR SURE!!!

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  11. Good idea! Blame it on the squirrels, those pesky little beasts do EVERYTHING! Not me, or you OBVIOUSLY! Hawoofha!
    Pippa :) woof

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  12. Like that little fence is going to keep a scottie out! You have to go in just to prove a point. AND we don't dig up plants, we just dig holes....big difference.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  13. Man, them tree rats are always getting everybody in trouble!

    Your Pals
    Susie & Bites

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  14. Oh Ranger, I'm not believin' you did it for a second!
    (that's not dirt on your snooter is it?? BOL)
    Kisses,
    Ruby

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  15. deffo the squirrels that did that, they are naughty!

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  16. Yep some doggie has been in there, but I am sure you are not the some doggie. You are the doggie!!!!
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William the Scot

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  17. A high quality fence is a good way to make your property more secure, more private, and even increase the value of your home.

    Privacy Fence

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