Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Tuesday Dose of Color and Cute: On the Autumn Trail

On the autumn mole trail 1 - FarmgirlFare.com

More photos below. . .
On the autumn mole trail 2 - FarmgirlFare.com

On the autumn mole trail 3 - FarmgirlFare.com
The Mole Patrol is a year round operation—and Captain Bert wants everybody on duty.

More Mole Patrol? Here.
More of that homemade swing? Here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, where thankfully the number of dead moles scattered around the farm is finally starting to catch up to the number of Mole Patrol excavation sites (which are often vast in size). Although sort of cute, moles are able to dig up to 160 feet in one night and cause a tremendous amount of damage in our fields. Go Mole Patrol!

4 comments:

  1. Would like you to know whenever stressed I click on to your site to see Bert,Buddy Bear, Daisy, Marta,Pussycats, the Lovely Precious Donkeys and last but not least the Fun Chickens ... they all make me smile, and probably bring my bp down a good 20 points or more. Enjoy seeing your treasures also from sales , sell on Ebay and just love Old Quilts, dishes,etc and have too many in my house as hate to part with my treasures I find here in NY,Thanks.

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  2. Those little devils can really do a lot of damage. Good to have a full time mole patrol around.

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  3. Rotten moles can make it difficult for donkeys to run through a pasture and not step in a hole that could cause them to break a leg!
    Get 'em, Bert & Buddy Bear!

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  4. The mole patrol...ever vigilant!!

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