Hello. This is The Daily Bone and I’m your hardy doggie reporter Joseph (Joey dog) Stephens.
We had another cold and busy day today. Please forgive me for squinting in the bright sun. My ghostwriter saw an amazing sight this morning: a phenomena called sundogs. These are bright rainbow-like points on either side of the sun are caused by ice crystals in the air.
Despite the cold wind, my imperious colleague Chester L. W. Stephens and I did our patrol work around the territory. In fact, we made several forays. As The Double Doggie Homeland Security System, we never let inclement weather disrupt our missions.
|We found a flock of little birdies hiding in this bush.|
|Chester crawled under it to sniff for mousies.|
|Can you see him?|
|Here he is!|
|The coneflower seed heads were all frosted on one side.|
|Chester thought this was very interesting.|
|So he decided to taste them. Chomp!|
|What a silly boy!|
|Everyone knows this is what lunch looks like. Yum.|
|After lunch, a squirrel made a brief appearance.|
|He quickly retreated when Chester barked from the drive-through window.|
|Checking the wood pile and hawthorn tree.|
|Chester likes to run!|
|As senior officer, I prefer to trot.|
|Time for payment for our policing services. That'll be two yum yum treats …|
|… and a good nap!|