Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The snacks you can eat between meals without ruining your appetite.





A gardening day. Sophie wanders over to the vegetable plot, digs up a carrot, licks it clean and then devours it. After the carrot she turns her attention to the strawberry patch. Eating a strawberry without uprooting the plant requires a gentle touch. Sophie has it. Bob doesn't. The strawberry patch picked clean, or in Bob's case trampled on, the intrepid duo head off to the cherry orchard in search of windfalls. Vegan PON's. 

It's surprising how much soil a PON can displace when digging up a carrot. 

Just one of those ' isn't the world wonderful ? 'days with two healthy young dogs.


16 comments:

  1. Also amazing how much soil can be held within a dog's facial furs.
    Great photos again today. Bertie is envious.
    Cheers, Gail.

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  2. did both of them have a mud mask?

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  3. Love those muddy faces. Actually, we've never had a snack that has ruined our meals.

    XXXOOO Bella Roxy &: Dui

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  4. Your soil must be very well turned by now.
    x

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  5. How odd that she should lick the carrot clean before eating it, why not just eat it with the soil on to save time?

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    1. Soil is for the nose not the mouth ?

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  6. Its good to see Bob's muddy nose is back.

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  7. This made me smile.....vegan PONs.....until lunch time that is.

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  8. Vegan PONs? Food loving PONs! If only sausages grew on trees.....

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  9. I particularly love Bob's mud-encrusted nose- the mud brings out its noble proportions:) Thank you for your gracious sharing of the PONS experience.

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    1. Bob and Sophie are keen on sharing - gracious or otherwise- sharing sausages a speciality.

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