Thursday, March 7, 2013

Shrunken Hoomans, Goose Imposter and Invisible Monsters.

We are having the most wonderful day - a nice 60 degrees, clear blue skies, bright sunshine - perfect for my prescribed walkies. We headed off down to the other end of the lake today - you can see in the background the RV's - can you believe that - they allow camping at MY park!  People LIVING in MY park - it is an outrage I tell you!  It is bad enough I have to chase the pesky ducks and geese away and the occasional C.A.T - but now I have to herd people out of MY park (Mom's don't count).

Here are the dweeb and I checking out the dock - I swear that boy needs to have his nose checked - he never sniffs at anything while we are out walking. He just spends all his time looking over his shoulder to make sure there are no shrunken hoomans around or any big ones comes to that.

I wonder sometimes if he thinks there are invisible monsters following us. We did hear rumors a while ago there might be something other then fish and turtles living in the lake. There was even a rumor about it being seen in the background of  a photo someone took of their two doggies.

Now see that way across the other side of the lake - that is the Home of the Shrunken Hoomans - to be AVOIDED at all costs.  Thankfully they were out eating and devouring Ogres today.

Heaven only knows what the shrunken hoomans would do to a pair of cute doggies such as us - use  us a toothpicks I am thinking!

On our way back to the car we cut through the RV area and we got the biggest surprise - GOOSE - GOOSE - is that you buddy - have you come to save our sticks???  Nice ride you got there dude!

But then - can you believe it - Goose got all agro and started barking at us - not a nice -"glad to see you guys" bark but  a "come any closer and I will rip your heads off" bark. I barked back at him "Hey Dude - there are enough sticks for EVERY DOGGIE here!" He didn't seem impressed.

Mom said "No Boys - that is NOT Goose - let's skadaddle out of here - he doesn't seem very happy to see us"  Hmmm it sure looked like Goose - are you sure it is not him Mom? Mom said "I am CERTAIN that is not him boys - he would never behave like that". I am pleased to say we got safely back to the car with no Shrunken Hoomans, Goose Imposters or Invisible Monsters getting us.


  1. Awwwwww Sorry that it was Not the REAL Goose. THAT would be grrrrreat.

  2. A beautiful but THREATENING walk!!

    -Bart, Ruby and Otto

  3. That Goose wanna be would have fooled me too!

  4. whooo boys we were sure that was goose, heck we would have ran right up to him, and who knows what would have happened..eewwww...
    your park is just beautiful and so was the weather, it is in the 30's here so we have a ways to mom is a working so no walks for us...sigh....
    stella rose and mags

  5. Wowee, what a crazy adventure that you three had!! :-D Ogres, shrunken humans, and evil Goose impersonators?! What on Earth is going on in your neck of the woods?! Phew, glad that you all survived though!! Take it easy today! :-D

  6. Looks like a great place to RV, peaceful and sunny.

    Glad you explained to the imposter that it's YOUR park Reilly, he's just a visitor.

  7. Are you telling me that there is a evil doggie out there impersonating me?!! Not cool. If that would have been me be assured I would have barked ya all over and had some treats and a nice chat. But I must say you all have a nice park. I hope that it doesn't get to crowded for you. It's nice to have it all to yourself. After all it is OUR park.

  8. Oh my goose has an evil twin? I wonder if all dogs have evil twins - I hope not.

  9. Whew so glad you all made it home safe... The real Goose would never bark at you like that...He'd certainly arooooo you a wonderful song of greeting

  10. As soon as you said Goose got agro, we knew it was an imposter. Great walk. that sky looks beautiful.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & roxy

  11. Hi guys, my dad feels the same way as your mom. Most days, he's thankful that we never meet mean dogs or people on our outings. My dad's happiest when we're all back home, safe and sound.

  12. Oh no, a Goose imposter??? Well, I NEVER! Sounds like some crazy doings in them thar woods.....just sayin'.
    Oh, be carefuls of those shruken hoomans, they can be very loooooud!

  13. Yikes a Goose impersonator and not a nice one either. Keep away guys. Better get the real Goose to come over and teach him some manners. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  14. He must be a GooseWannaBe. He needs to learn some manners!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

  15. Awww... I'd love to meet a Blogville buddy in real life!

  16. What a lovely day for a walk and YOUR park is beautiful!
    I must tell my vet to prescribe me some walkies during my next visit.


  17. So glad you survived that scary walk!!!

    Your pal, Pip


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