Wordless Wednesday Geese Watch with Dolly

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47 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday Geese Watch with Dolly

  1. Natasha

    Is that Simon?

    And does he simply watch or makes some moves too.

    We caught our Cocker, Mishka staring at a pigeon on our 15th floor balcony yesterday, as it poured heavily. It seemed they were having a communion of sorts. Lol!

    Happy week, dear Brian.

  2. Diane

    Free entertainment! We have mole holes all over the yard after 12″ of rain this July – crazy.

  3. Ellen Pilch

    I hope Brian is feeling better. Geese are so messy, tell your folks to watch where they walk. 🙂 XO

  4. Sandee

    What a great shot. Those geese will leave you lots of huge poops.

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  5. Cathy Kennedy

    Dolly,

    Those things are pretty big. I hope you’re not thinking what I think you’re thinking…goose for dinner. Just stick with the easy made meals mom and dad give you. There’s no work involved there and I betcha it’s just as tasty.

  6. The OP Pack

    We bet you enjoy watching those geese. We find their poop all along our walks, and Mom uses that “leave it” command over and over:)

    Woos – Lightning, Birthday Girl Misty, and Timber

  7. Ernie the Island Cat

    Y’know what, Dolly? Our geese go away around June or so and don’t come back until late winter. The swans still visit occasionally and there’s a few ducks around. But very few geese. Enjoy your show!

  8. Anne M Robinson

    Ah…the geese travel everywhere without a care or a worry. You sure take nice photos. I bet it was fun watching those geese.You all have a great rest of the week. The days disappear qucikly.

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