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Title: Dogs & plants
Post by: Greybeard on 11.06. 2018 10:35
Our dog on the left, our sons dog on the right. Pond and then childrens playhouse behind them.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RoyC on 16.06. 2018 12:22
Our dog on the left, our sons dog on the right. Pond and then childrens playhouse behind them.

He does look like you GB.

This is my other half.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RichardL on 16.06. 2018 13:27
Nannah (5) on the right and Mimi (10) on the left.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: muskrat on 16.06. 2018 14:39
My best friend passed away 12 years ago. I still think of Muskydog daily and miss her. She did over 250,000 Km on the tank of my bikes.
Cheers
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: scotty on 16.06. 2018 14:53
No dogs here but the A10 in the background is being guarded by the bruiser cats Luigi & Joey.
They actually think they are dogs

S
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Greybeard on 16.06. 2018 15:56
No dogs here but the A10 in the background is being guarded by the bruiser cats Luigi & Joey.
They actually think they are dogs
I wouldn't mess with those two!
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RichardL on 16.06. 2018 16:06
That one in the foreground is, indeed, a pretty big cat. There has been a dog on the property at some time in the past, based on the paw print in the concrete.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Greybeard on 16.06. 2018 16:09
Nannah (5) on the right and Mimi (10) on the left.
What a rude dog!
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Greybeard on 16.06. 2018 16:11
Our dog on the left, our sons dog on the right. Pond and then childrens playhouse behind them.

He does look like you GB.

This is my other half.
Does she ride in the sidecar?
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RichardL on 16.06. 2018 16:20
Nannah (5) on the right and Mimi (10) on the left.
What a rude dog!

Thanks to Google, I get you and agree.

British attributive Vigorous or hearty.
‘Isabel had always been in rude health’


Nannah is an absolute sweetheart, except to squirrels. Mimi has done 250,000 km on my lap.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RoyC on 16.06. 2018 16:27
Does she ride in the sidecar?
No, she is too old now, has difficulty walking and breathing and is much too heavy for me to lift.

Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RichardL on 16.06. 2018 16:34
Does she ride in the sidecar?
No, she is too old now, has difficulty walking and breathing and is much too heavy for me to lift.

Chock full of character and loyalty.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RoyC on 16.06. 2018 16:43
Nannah (5) on the right and Mimi (10) on the left.
What a rude dog!

Thanks to Google, I get you and agree.

British attributive Vigorous or hearty.
‘Isabel had always been in rude health’


Nannah is an absolute sweetheart, except to squirrels. Mimi has done 250,000 km on my lap.

Richard L.

I think GB was referring to her putting her tongue out to the camera.  *smile*
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Greybeard on 16.06. 2018 16:45
My best friend passed away 12 years ago. I still think of Muskydog daily and miss her. She did over 250,000 Km on the tank of my bikes.
Cheers
Do you not have a dog now? I wouldn't want to be without a doggy.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RichardL on 16.06. 2018 17:08
Nannah (5) on the right and Mimi (10) on the left.
What a rude dog!

Thanks to Google, I get you and agree.

British attributive Vigorous or hearty.
‘Isabel had always been in rude health’


Nannah is an absolute sweetheart, except to squirrels. Mimi has done 250,000 km on my lap.

Richard L.

I think GB was referring to her putting her tongue out to the camera.  *smile*

Maybe, but you can choose your definition and I'll choose mine. With Mimi, you are only seeing the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. She may be a pug, but she has the tongue of a German sheppard.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: muskrat on 16.06. 2018 21:35
G'day GB.
No, I have no fences around my yard. Lost a few dogs to cars back in the 80's. Most of Muskydogs life was with me out in the bush (nearest neighbor over a mile away). If I went away for a week or more and she got hungry she'd catch a wallaby to eat. At the pub nobody could get within 12 feet of the bike. She could read my mind and I hers.
Took her to a bike rally. The wet T shirt comp was on so I took her up on stage and lifted her front legs up. She just had pups so she had 10 large tits. She won the trophy!!
Cheers
PS: Bugga, getting teary just thinking.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Greybeard on 16.06. 2018 22:56
With Mimi, you are only seeing the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. She may be a pug, but she has the tongue of a German sheppard.
Obviously, too much tongue to keep it all in!
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: scotty on 17.06. 2018 00:39
well spotted richard !

There is indeed a paw print forever embossed in the concrete !

S
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Joolstacho on 17.06. 2018 01:55
 *pull hair out*

(https://imagizer.imageshack.com/v2/xq90/921/fskNau.jpg) (https://imageshack.com/i/plfskNauj)
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Black Sheep on 17.06. 2018 06:46
I'm the one on the right. The dog is a Lakeland Terrier.
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RoyC on 17.06. 2018 06:51
I'm the one on the right. The dog is a Lakeland Terrier.

I bet he soon found where you hid his ball  *smile*
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: Greybeard on 17.06. 2018 08:45
I'm the one on the right. The dog is a Lakeland Terrier.
Great photo!
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: chaterlea25 on 17.06. 2018 20:45
Hi All
To paraphrase a current topic,

"Black sheep was not happy"

 *lol* *lol* *lol*

John
Title: Re: Dogs & plants
Post by: RichardL on 17.06. 2018 21:20
I'm the one on the right. The dog is a Lakeland Terrier.

It's amazing you are such an experienced mechanic at such a young age.

Richard L.