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Old 04-21-2011, 04:54 PM   #1
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The New Brood and the Brooder

My husband didn't think I had enought to do since returning to live in Iowa so he told me to go up town and get these. The dog was estatic.
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Funny, he dont look happy !
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First photo caption..."Hey guys, let's go for a swim in the pretty blue and red bowls"!

And the caption under the second photo would be "burp" or "I can't believe I ate the whole thing".

Couldn't resist with the empty bowls and all. Bob
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That is Sadie's picture taken last summer when we had to take her with us while we lived out of the camper while my husband worked in Wisconsin. Her expression upon seeing the new chicks was the same as I have had chickens before that were very aggresive and she has been taught you don't kill chickens or it's the coal shovel to the head. She won't even scare a flock of wild turkeys out of the yard. What a bird dog.
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The "saddened" look of "I can't have lunch."
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