Greetings friends and fans! This is The Daily Bone and I'm your chilly doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
Yes, doggies, remember to sniff your humans' car tires whenever you can. They always pick up cool scents! Oh, and make sure the car is not going anywhere while you do this.
Anyway, back to business, long time readers will remember that we have a friendly, neighborhood Cooper's hawk that's been around for a long time. His name is Mr. Cool Beans Cooper. Sometimes we don't see him for months, and then he just shows up. It's very hard to get a picture of him, but this is the best shot we have for now:
Of course we know he's here for the birdie cafeteria in our yard, except he's not looking for seeds. Sometimes he swoops by, and other times he bumbles around in the bushes looking for birdies.
Hey, Mr. Cool Beans Cooper, we have plenty of big, fat squirrels you can help yourself to!
Thanks for the awesome report. We had some snow here as well, but melted mostly all the way the next day. It was meeting your hawk pal Mr. Cool Beans Cooper. We love that name. Have a wonderful rest of your week.ReplyDelete
World of Animals Rittenhouse
I am thrilled Mr. Cool Beans is back. Mommy is like yours, she doesn't like the snow either.ReplyDelete
You are such a cute boy, Chester, and we love you in your longer furs for the winter. I have never thought to sniff mom's tires. Maybe it's because it's always parked inside the garage and I only pass by them when I'm headed outside to play on my lungeline.ReplyDelete
You look like you're enjoying the snow, Chester. It sure has been cold the past couple of days. We're looking forward to warmer temps today.ReplyDelete
Chester, that is a great shot of Cooper. Nice that he came back to visit.ReplyDelete
Please tell the Ghostwriter to be very careful on those roads at night. We will have to check out the smells on the tires of our peeps' cars too.
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
First, the Cooper is really cool!ReplyDelete
Second, we want to commend your ghost writer for being able to stay up past 9:30. Lady is doing a training 1x a week for 6 weeks that runs 8-93:0 at night and will likely be crying from being tired.
Third, and maybe most important, we hope your gw has very safe drives home. Winter, dark = not as much fun!
Lee and Phod
Chester my handsome friend...good to see you today and catch up on things.ReplyDelete
I had a good chuckle when I read 'sniff the car tires'. Toto the mighty mini Dachshund would 1000% agree with that. Often when he sniffed ours he would roll over on his back and wiggle to get near whatever he was smelling
Hawks and squirrels are a great combination - for the worst reasons ever. I also like smelling car tires. Not only Mom's car, but EVERY car in the entire parking garage under my apartment. Mom says, "OMG! You're SO SLOW!!" I'm not slow. I'm busy.ReplyDelete
Love and licks,
MJF used to sniff the cars' tires and then he would add some PeeMail to them for others to read when the cars would go on an outing.ReplyDelete
Hope your Cooper's Hawk finds enough to eat...of the rodent type, not the birdies...
Stay safe on the dark, snowy and icy roads!! Petcretary knows too well of those perils...
Hello Friends! It's good to catch up and see what's going on in your world! Our crew loves to check out those tires too, and me when I come home too - dental offices can be a smelly place! 😉ReplyDelete
I've just started feeding the birds again, and even though I always love seeing the hawks, I do hope they stay away and don't make any of the cuties I've been seeing part of their menu.
Be well, and have a good week!! Oh, and by the way, you as always are looking good, and very handsome in the snow!! ❤❤
We have some visitiors now as well in our garden, all coming because of the buffet we have for them. But I need to get some more seeds, as they are always huhgry!ReplyDelete
OMD, Mr. Cool Beans Cooper is a good-looking bird!!! You probably are having tons of snow today. Stay safe and happy, Chester!ReplyDelete
Please read my postReplyDelete
Hi Chester! We empathize with your human on the driving on dark Icey roads...our Mom does not have to drive at night (but day time in the mountains is just as bad) BUT our human brother works evening shift at the mill and he prefers to drive the F-250 - because of the deer! We love the photo of the hawk! It is so nice that your pawtents have a cafeteria set up for him! We hope you and your Peeps have a marvellously happy week!ReplyDelete