Thursday, October 2, 2014

So, Yesterday...

...when I was taking some pictures and everyone but Baaxter was napping, we heard sirens out on the main road.  Well, Hank heard them long before I did and came busting out of his sleeping stall with assistance detective Maisie on his tail.  Sirens sound like coyotes. 


"All seems quiet out back."


"I can't believe he woke me up for nothing."


"I'm going back to bed!"

Sorry, Keebs, for the embarrassing chewing shot.  Maisie ducked back under her door before I could snap a back up.  I always try to snap some extra shots so no one gets caught looking like this on the intertubes ;-).


13 comments:

Alice said...

I love the second capture with hay hanging from Maisies belly;-). Talk about a bed-belly bad hair day! Get that lady another cup of coffee please!!

Judy said...

Thanks for the laugh to start my day!!

Valerie said...

Enjoyed your pics this morning. =) Thanks for the laughs.
Your blog always makes my day!
Blessings to you,
Valerie

littlehawkyarns said...

Ah Keebs. I was just spinning some of his fleece I got from you last year. I only have a little left. So much fun to tuck it in with the curls so it ends up being more or less tailspun.

Miha Giustina said...

Maisie looks regal:-).

Henny Penny said...

I can just see them running out for a look! Your animals are special that's for sure!

Jo said...

What good watch-sheep and dog you have!

Michaele said...

What a nice shot! Maisie looks very long bodied to me. Different than my South Downs.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Maisie IS very long bodied and I think that's because she got stunted as a baby when the formula kept making her sick before she got on the goat milk. She uses that short height to her advantage if you need to catch her to trim her feet or something. She can duck away from you in an instant and she's so low to the ground you can't get her stopped ;-).

thecrazysheeplady said...

Maisie IS very long bodied and I think that's because she got stunted as a baby when the formula kept making her sick before she got on the goat milk. She uses that short height to her advantage if you need to catch her to trim her feet or something. She can duck away from you in an instant and she's so low to the ground you can't get her stopped ;-).

Far Side of Fifty said...

Cute! Back to the Hank and Maisie Den:)

Tombstone Livestock said...

Maisie is another one that has sure grown up.

Andee said...

Oh I love the Maisie shots!!!

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