The Big Blur

On a beautiful late afternoon out in the yard, I spotted the twins down near the lattice (aka the "baseball scoreboard") where the Hummingbird Vine climbs. 

As you can I see, Moon and Copper were right ahead of me.


Sauntering along without a care in the world, looking back at me occasionally, the strong, brave varmint hunters never even saw them!!

It wasn't until I pointed in the direction of the twins that the dogs even realized they were there.  Now that's what I call teamwork!

It was then that there was a



followed by my strong and brave
varmint hunters
walking slowly through the grass where the twins
once stood.


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eileeninmd said…
Funny, I think the bunny had no problem out running or out hopping your doggies. Cute sequence of photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!
MadSnapper said…
I was about to ask if the dogs would chase the rabbits and you answered it for me.
21 Wits said…
They are living the life of happy campers!
Don't think the twins have ntothing to worry about from those dogs!! Have a lovely weekend.
TexWisGirl said…
i always give my dogs crap, too, when they don't even see the rabbits or don't bother to chase the squirrels. :)
carol l mckenna said…
Sweet post of nature's critter actions!

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol
Gayle said…
A little like our Lucy. Much adieu that leads to nothing.
The RG always says she would get the job done if need be. I'm not so sure.
Ann Thompson said…
There have been many a bunny rabbits that hopped through my yard undetected
Jeanne said…
Good thing that bunny is fast!
I often see deer (and once, a bear) before Theda notices. She tends to have her nose to the ground, sniffing.
Anonymous said…
Oh, well. Those wascally wabbits always leave something interesting behind.
Mimsie said…
They may not have caught them but they knew where they had been so a happy ending for all.

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