Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Wednesday Daily Dose of Cute:
The Notorious Scratching Post Gang


Hard At Work Scratching



And Off To Find Some Trouble

Need a lot more cute in your life?

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18 comments:

  1. Glad to see our feed troughs are not the only ones consistently overturned!

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  2. They remind me of the groups of teenagers walking around town. You know they are up to no good too.

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  3. I love it! Was Cary somewhere in the midst of those troublemakers?

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  4. Sure. It's cute when they're scratching themselves on a post firmly anchored in the ground. Not so cute when they scratch themselves against a fence that doesn't seem able to hold up against 200 pounds of sheep and then it falls over so the sheep can escape.

    Not that this has happened to me.

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  5. Hey! Just discovered your blog and I'm loving it already!! Especially the donkey pics- I love donkeys. I'm actually in the process of deciding whether to make the move from city to farm at the moment and all you stories are totally inspiring! Oh, and I also LOVE baking bread.

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  6. Well some people have told me that wool is itchy. The posts are the perfect solution!

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  7. What a hoot! The notorious Scratching Post Gang obviously herd together..........unlike SOME of us.

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  8. This reminds me of Shaun the Sheep they are always getting into trouble and lucky enough to get away with it! LOL

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  9. I love this story/picture thankful you carry that camera with you :) It just brightens my day!

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  10. I love how they've created their own gang.

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  11. Love that picture! You got an itch! you gotta scratch it!

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  12. They look like busy girls! Really cute photo.

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  13. I made your Honey Bran Whole Wheat bread this morning. Rave reviews, thanks for sharing.

    And love your blog

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  14. How is Ms. Carry doing? Did I miss a post about her? Does she react any differently to you than the others?

    I'm keeping my fingers crossed that you are able to move into your new digs sooner than later.

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  15. we dont have sheep in vietnam, but we have National Instiute of Animal Husbandry. you can see here

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  16. sheeps makes me think about a coat from fleece, lol, by the way, i have never had any, but it is still great.
    let take a look at my blog also Tara

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