We have had such a super exciting morning. We got up at 5.30am to go to MY park and watch the sun rise but something even better happened. Mom was sitting on a log right next to the water edge when she saw Mr Beaver - he slapped his tail and went under but Mom watched the trail of bubbles he was leaving and was ready with the camera when he came up again. They are not great pics because it was still not very light but he was so close to us and guess what - he came with friends - we counted four of them!!! We are thinking it is a beaver family. Now of coarse we weren't interested in all in the silly old beaver - Dweeb was sitting by Mom's feet and I was sniffing around and found a big old grasshopper and you know what happened next - I can't believe I ate it - YES I DID - just call me Captain Crunch and Munch! Mom turned around and mumbled "Erk Reilly - you can't be that hungry" I mumbled back with my mouth full of grasshopper bits that I had read grasshoppers are very high in protein. Mom did get some sunrise pics too - she says she loves the way it shine on our furs - what ever Mom! Thanks Murphy and Stanley for another great Fractured Friday Hairy Tales
was it tasty? And can you jump now like a grasshopper too? That would be great, imagine that... we could get the tree-rats with one leap!ReplyDelete
OMD a crunchy snack indeed. Was it yummy? Lucky mum seeing a beaver.ReplyDelete
We have a spare slot for 'share it sunday' so if mum would be so kind as to send us a link to the post she'd like to showcase we will have it ready for sunday.
we are at mollyDOTthewallyATbtinternetDOTcom if you no longer have our email. Have a fabulous Friday.
Best wishes Molly
eeeeee...Reilly. I think that maybe treats from your mom might be better. But then again, my brother eats moths..ReplyDelete
OURs momma toles us when she was a little girl she ate one of those also, hers got sick...good fing you did not.ReplyDelete
Mom's kind of stuck on the grasshopper. It's giving her the shiveries...ReplyDelete
Monty and Harlow
Beautiful sunrise pictures of your dogs.ReplyDelete
How fun to see the beavers out for their morning swim. The water is so clear!ReplyDelete
I read an article that said if we all started eating insects we could pretty much save the planet. Good for you Reilly for doing your part!
A grasshopper? Did it jump around in your mouth Reilly? That would feel weird, I think.ReplyDelete
Mommy said ... yuck... on eating the grasshopper.ReplyDelete
How lucky! We've never been able to catch a grasshopper!! Did it taste like chicken?! BOL!ReplyDelete
eeww, Mom says she can just hear that grasshopper crunching in your mouth!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta
You ate the whole Hopper? Did it wiggle and jump? Did you munch or just swallow? Great job! Thanks for pawticipating!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
Mayorz For All Paws
"Use Your Noodle & Vote For a Doodle!"
Captain Crunch and Munch! haha You're making us hungry, Reilly!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
Your mom did a superb job of getting the pics of Mr.Beaver... that is NOT easy to do.ReplyDelete
OMD Reilly... you Crunched and MUNCHED a Grasshopper??? OMD aren't they DELICIOUS... Not easy to catch so that was GRRREAT too. We say BRAVO to you.
I never eaten on of those.ReplyDelete
Thunder used to love to catch those noisy cicadas and crunch crunch them too.ReplyDelete
Those pnotos with the sun glow are beautiful.
Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning
Mmmmm fresh bugs! Love DollyReplyDelete
YIKES - was it spikey??? I know peeps who have eaten grasshoppers in far off countries... one dog's meat and all that... Beautiful photographs!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
The beaver is pretty cool. I would probably want to jump in the water and get him, though. Can't believe you at the grasshopper. I love to play with them, but have never eaten one!ReplyDelete
We love your story Reilly...bet that grasshopper was nommy!!ReplyDelete
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
PeeEss...we also love the beaver pictures!!!
I enjoyed meeting you over at Molly's tday... love those beautiful faces in the sunshine.ReplyDelete
Hi. I popped over from Mollythewallys blogpost. Wasn't there a lot of legs in that grasshopper?ReplyDelete