Good morning, T. Your post caused the song "Sisters" from the movie, White Christmas. (...Sisters, sisters There were never such devoted sisters)to pop into my head.It's early. :)
Great lookin' dogs! Wish I could pet 'em.
That's a huge Locust, T! But you KNOW that Thelma & Louise are my favorites over any topic of conversation...:)JP
Oh... sweet friendship in doggie land!
Animals seem to have special relationships with each other, just like folks.I would hope nothing is in the way when that tree splits in a stiff wind!
Cute doggies....looks like they are waiting for a squirrel to make his move.
Hi Texwisgirl, Wow, I just can't get over how much you post. Awesome! Thelma & BB = great! The heron pics = Perfect story line. Yellow-bellied sapsucker = Isn't the camouflage on those little birds amazing? Long-necked neighbors = Neat nature pond! You've got it all at the Ranch! ;-) And, I even found a new blog to follow with your mention of Nancy's Nebraska prairie grasses... I love prairie grass too! Thank you for all that AND for stopping by my blog as well. On today's post, yes, about the green trees breaking up the concrete. Washington is called the Evergreen State. We pay for it with the rain, but the green is the reward. Have a great weekend!
i love the name thelma...i think you need one more.....louise of course :)
beautiful dogs and pictures!Kisses and nice weekend.
I vote for Thelma and BB as the cutest couple on the blogger block!
They make the cutest couple. It's so nice that they are companionable not only with their humans, but with each other.
such sweet sisters..
Pretty Stepsisters :)
The dogs are pretty (if you like dogs), but that tree really looks like it would be good to eat. Hmmm...you could send it to Iowa when it splits. We'd all eat it.
Like salt and pepper, they seem to go so well together :-) They are so beautiful!
I love this series of dog pics! I really think they have the ability to communicate silently.
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