I’m also linkin’ up with Ruskus the Eskie in Thoughtless Thursday.
First I’d like to share some “bytes”. My Human was reading something that frightened her (here). This morning she took a break from work and went to BlogPaws and blundered into a discussion on content thieves (here)…
Many of us use parts of a post or a photo and credit the source and link back. My Human did it yesterday on Tuesday’s Tales using photos from Petfinder. I strongly recommend you go now and start with “The $8000 Mistake that All Bloggers Should Beware” and “Blogger Beware…” or this site (here).
After reading this article on what’s legal, do a search of your own.
Now that I’ve shared that important information, let me get to the barks.
“Hey Hawk, Do you get to play with those turtles?”
I’m afraid I’m not allowed to play with them because they are snapping turtles. My Human says they could hurt me.
“Wait a minute . . . did we see right – gators? YIKES! We love to swim so we are very glad there are no gators around here! We love you pics, we thought we were right “there”!
Murphy & Stanley”
Yes, we have gators.
“Is it cooler in the mountains? Sure looks nice, all that green. Then again, back home with all the colors and summer warmth sure are awesome, too!”
At our elevation the temperature averages 10 to 15 degrees less than at the shore.
“Allergies are no fun at all. I hope the change of scenery helps. What is your favorite activity to do in this weather?”
Hikin’ in the woods early in the day or retrievin’ a bumper on a cloudy or chilly day.
On my post “Up in the Tree Branches”
Janet Keefe said…
Are you still in the nice cool mountains, Hawk? Have a great weekend!
Jan, Wag ‘n Woof Pets
So far the Humans are too busy to return home to the shore. They’re also hoping, if they wait long enough, the cottonwoods will be finished blooming and shedding, since that is one of my allergies.
Then about Monday Mischief
“Do you have a lot of ticks this year Hawk? I’m just curious. What are you doing to help keep yourself cool.”
My Humans have each had a tick on them. So far I’ve been tick free, but I’m also on flea tick preventative.
About yesterday’s post
“Are you playing hide & seek?”
We don’t play too much hide and seek here in the mountains. There aren’t many places to hide in the yard, almost none. In the woods I have to keep the Humans in sight so they don’t get lost.
Y’all hurry back now!