Monday, August 3, 2015

The Monday Evening News

Good evening everybody. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your earnest doggie commentator Chester L. W. Stephens. 


There is a lot to report today. We'll start with the disappearance of our Jason human. Yesterday I saw the mattress from his room walk away by itself! I tried to follow it, but it went out the side door. 


Today his old room looked like this:


Ghostwriter says he moved to a house that he's renting with his friends that's closer to where he works. But what about us doggies? Won't he miss us? 


Hopefully, he'll come visit us like the other siblings do.


In other news, this just in: 
We finally saw a monarch butterfly checking out the milkweed in our garden!


Maybe we'll see some caterpillars soon. If so, you can depend on The Daily Bone to report the events as they happen!
Please stay tuned! 


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And now it's time for our weather report! We've had some spectacular cloud formations lately. 




Amazing sunsets too!



Windy conditions knocked some cosmos down in front of garden Buddha. 


It's time for our resident food expert Joseph (Joey dog) Stephens, Doggie Chief Inspector, comestibles division, and founder of the Yum Yum Coalition, with some good news. 


Good evening fellow food lovers. I'm pleased to say our pear tree is doing well, despite the efforts of the Evil Squirrel Cartel. It should only be a few weeks until we can officially harvest some delicious fruit! Here are a couple shapely pears I've been keeping an eye on: 


Thanks Joey dog. That's indeed some shapely fruit! 


We have one more story for you today. Besides the butterflies, a beautiful dragon fly visited and stayed for a photo session.


We heard from our good friend Mr. Jack Freckles that this very dragon fly went over to visit his yard too! Isn't that amazing? Check it out here:


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Good night everybody! 



9 comments:

  1. So much news to share today - love all the photos of the skies and flowers and foods. Sorry about Jason going away, but maybe when he comes to visit he will bring lots of treats for you two. Mom is taking the bipeds to see the butterflies at Powell Gardens later this week. We hope she can get some good pics.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  2. I got tons of dem dragonflies here - in all kindsa different colors - red, blue, green, purple, ya names it!

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  3. Of course he'll miss you!!!!! How could he not??? And whos gonna protect him from the squirrels now????
    I luffs that Monarch Buttie Pillar, they are soooo pretty, like stained glass. They can migrate over here if the wind is in the right direction so see if you can blow him over to me Chester, I would luffs to see one fur real
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  4. We are sure Mr. J will be back real soon to see you guys
    Lily & Edward

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  5. Mama just LOVES Michael Franks and especially Butterfly Garden!, it reminds her of when she lived in NJ!!
    Great newscast guys!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  6. Love all your pictures today! sorry you will miss your peep, but we know he will come back and visit!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  7. Wow we sure enjoyed all your pictures today, I know your Jason will be back to visit you a lot....stella rose
    ps. those cloud pictures were beautiful

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  8. I know how that is too when the unfurbros leave...at least boss boy comes by evfurry couple of weeks, unfurbro the younger about evfurry few months, BOL!

    That dragonfly sure gets around!

    And you even saw a metal dragonfly in the clouds! And a moon in the sunset, that is way cool!

    Lots of good pics!!
    Naughty winds, they knocked down a lot of our coneflowers that were still looking good...until the storms came through...sigh...

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