Thursday, August 18

Thursday Dose of Cute: Under the Beagle Influence

Bert and Marta on the Mole Patrol 1 -

First she was going for her junior beagle badge, and now he's got her on the Mole Patrol.

Lots more photos below. . .

Bert and Marta on the Mole Patrol 2 -

That's our Marta Beast!

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  1. I totally enjoy your blog FF, you have a great eye and take interestingly funny photo series with donkeys, dogs, sheep, husband, farm work-baling hay...

    Long story short—many thanks, keep up the good work. I'll come back every day or two.

  2. I just love the dirty mutt and paws. Who cares about being clean and pretty! :)

  3. Marta, woof in sheeps clothing.

  4. Whoa, he was really getting down in there! Wish I could see his cute little face!

  5. Marta isn't 'quite' as enthusiastic as Bert but she's trying! LOL!!

  6. Looks like a good start on digging a swimming pool! Dig, Bert, dig! And sweet Marta, too!

  7. Do you think you can train Bert to plant things in all those holes he digs?

  8. This is tooo funny! I can actually see all this happening!! Oh she's trying to keep up, isn't she???


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