Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Shades of the Godfather; the Sequel

Some of you might remember Shades of the Godfather.  Well, Baron decided it was time for the sequel. 

This one's bovine instead of equine, and from the bullet holes in the skull, it was the cow that Neighbor to the North said was probably going to have to be put down.

And obviously also the source of the bones and hide that have been littering our landscape recently...

Country dogs at their finest...

12 comments:

Judy said...

They are great aren't they! He's such a beautiful lab.

Allison said...

Ok...surely you know by now that I grew up in Southern California and was a regular at Disneyland! That skull looks just like one from the Thunder Mountain ride I loved best. Come to think of it, I daresay you live in an amusement park, too! I'm over at the It's a Small World ride, while you live at Knottsberry Farm! Yay!

(gosh, I sound crazy in this comment!)

Joe said...

Now that's a prize any dog would be proud of.

Nancy said...

I think Baron was just trying to do his part to add to your Thanksgiving feast. I think it would make a lovely centerpiece. :)

Louise said...

That's what dogs will do. Years ago, at the barn where I boarded my horses, we had a big old barn dog named King Bear. His favorite occupation was dragging deer parts into the barn and burying them in the stall. You never knew what was going to turn up when you cleaned your stall at night. It could get quite grisly.

Farmchick said...

My dogs do the same and when it first started happening, I was really horrified. Now, I just take it in stride as country life!

Sharon said...

Ya never know what a dog will drag home, sometimes you just don't want to know....

Farm Girl said...

I remember that so clearly when our dogs would show up with all kinds of ...treasures... roadkill or whatever. They always looked so hurt when we weren't thrilled.
That looks like a very happy dog, glad you caught it on film.

wayside wanderer said...

That is pretty impressive! We have a "creek" that runs behind our house and there is all sorts of wonders residing back there. (I use quotation marks because it is really a glorified drainage easement.) My youngest daughter loves to find skulls and other bones and bring them home and they become decoration on our back deck. She would love finding such a great skull!

heyBJK said...

You may need to nickname him "the bone collector". That second photo is really cool!

Angela said...

I love it! lol My dogs do the same thing only with deer parts! Hunting season just started Monday so I suspect to start finding body parts within a few days! Last year they brought in the bonus head! lol

Happy Thanksgiving!
Angela

Verde Farm said...

Oh my gosh--it’s even bigger!!! Amazing :)

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