Hi everyone! This is The Daily Bone and I'm your scientific doggie reporter Chester L. W. Stephens.
|As you can see, I'm busy sniffing out a story for today.|
The weather in Western New York has been cool and damp. Ghostwriter has been getting impatient about not being able to get much gardening done because of it. She dug up a few weeds only to find the soil is like heavy, cold, wet clay! But all was not lost. We moved a few rocks and found them teeming with life underneath!
|There was a gigantic ant colony under a whole row of rocks on the south side of the yard.|
|There were lots of worms and millipedes.|
|Countless pill bugs and a slug.|
A dummy squirrel stole a moldy orange from the compost pile. I bet he was disappointed to discover it was a seedless orange!
Poopsy McStagger and her entourage arrived and tried in vain to get seeds out of the empty feeder. Later, I saw two squirrels running around a few yards over, and the grackles were dive bombing them! Bwahahahahaha! I wish we could have gotten a photo of that!
|I went out and barked them all away!|
|Getting back on subject now.|
|There were little brown ants under this rock.|
|I dug around and found out they tasted pretty good.|
|Last, here's a quick little spider! Hooray!|
|Time to head back inside.|
|It's clouding up!|
|I thought it was a successful morning. Time for a nap!|
Meanwhile, here's an entertaining video to watch!