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Friday, August 16, 2013

Guard Dog On Duty




 

 These beauties will be 
going in my home made tomato juice
and "Sallsa"!!


 
 It isn't exactly a brinks truck
but,
it is a little gold mound
from our garden!



 


Maybe not worthy of 3 armed guards,
but,
definitely worth guarding!
 

 there are thieves in the neighborhood, ya know...

(just the nuisance variety)

the kind that sneak your food 
when you're not looking 
and hen peck at you all day long...



Max knows well their sneaky and annoying ways...


 

Always lurking...

ready to swoop in 
at any moment,
given the chance
he might drift off into
dreamland...

 he's not about to let 
them anywhere near this 
load of goodness...



 "I got my eyes on you, Sully"




 


Just another day at the farm...

Thanks for dropping by!

 




Have a happy weekend!
Lisa

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10 comments:

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

What a wonderful and cute post!
Your wagon full of salsa and tomato juice makes my mouth water. Nothing tastes as good as "right out of the garden."
I am a new follower!
♥ Jil
Love your sweet guard dog, too!

Country Gal said...

Cute post and wonderful photos ! Looks like your gona be busy with all that harvest YUMMY ! Thanks for sharing ! Have a good weekend !

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

What a pretty pretty post today! It totally made me smile from ear to ear. xox

TexWisGirl said...

max is ADORABLE! what a great guard and companion! sneaky chickens...

Karen said...

Oh, look at all the produce! And that guard dog is there to keep it all safe, even from the chickens. Lovely pictures, Lisa, have a great weekend.

Bonnie K said...

My dog usually guards my garden crops, so she has more for herself! Great photos! I'm so impressed with your onions. I was just happy to get some the size of golf balls, my norm is onions the size of marbles.

Brian King said...

Sweet looking Max! Love the rooster shots!

Lynne said...

Loved this post and "guard dog!"

Debra at HOMESPUN: http://www.thehomespun.com said...

Just loved this fun post of yours :)

MICKAN from QUEENS FIELD¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮ said...

You have a really nice guard dog :)
And what a lovely post!

Here where I lived, right in the wood. I can't grow that much. All deer and wild pig love to eat my things.
But I love to pick up some mushrooms now and make syrup from the spruce in the spring.
Some apple stuff fit the stomach well also :)

Your blog is so very nice :)