Thursday, June 4, 2009

The Pond

We are sitting here waiting for our Beans to come back. There is a pond at the bottom of our fields with Koi Carp in. For the last two years, two Canada Geese have nested on it and now they have got goslings. Mum was going down to take some photos and we wanted to go too. She said we couldn't because the dog who wants to eat us lives there and we wouldn't be safe, so we had to stay by our home and keep guard for introoders while they were gone.
Mum shown us the photos when they came back up and we told her she could borrow our blog to post them if she wanted to. We hope you like them.

If you biggify the first photo you can see some of the little fishies in the bottom left corner.




Here is one of the big fishies. We think dad should have brought him back up for our supper.

38 comments:

  1. That looks like it would have been a fun adventure for you two, minus the cat-eating dog. But then, you might have been tempted to play with the goslings and big fishes.
    --Jasper

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  2. Momma said she would never be worried with you guys guarding the house!!! hehe
    Momma was a squeeing over the little babies and thanks your momam so much for taking the time to go and show us all!! I bet you guys were planning ways to get there and "play" with them heheh
    Even all the fishies omCATS it's a kitties paradise! hehe
    V-V

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  3. That's where our geese went!

    Really big fishie! That would have made quite a meal

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  4. Ohmygoodness! Looks at those cute babies!!

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  5. Eric and Flynn, it is really sad that you couldn't go, it looks like something that you two would really enjoy. Specially the big fishy, what a meal that would be ... hee hee!
    Purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam and Simon

    I want thank you so much for coming to wish me a Happy Birthday, it made my special day the best it could ever be! I am so lucky to have furriends like you :)
    Love, purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina

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  6. Little fuzzy peepers and great big fish... at least you got to enjoy looking at their pictures. Safer to do it that way...

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  7. Hmmm, it probably was a wise decision to stay home, away from the woofie and the temptation of fevvers!!=^Y^=the Cat Street Boyz

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  8. Wowww....
    you are not only have grass field, even has pond!
    That is really different spot!!!
    I love it!

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  9. Oh wow, fishies and fevvers!!! Maybe there is something you can figure out to make the woofie go away even for just an hour of fishing bliss!

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  10. That fish could have feed you for a week!

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  11. Watching the geese and their babies will be fun!

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  12. Oh I more than like those pictures, I love them. Thank you so much for sharing. What a beautiful spot that looks, so serene. Yes I thought your dad could have brought that fish home for your supper.

    Hugs GJ xx

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  13. Wowza!! Neat pond! And that fishy looks yummy!

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  14. Fabulous pics. Wot was they more nervous about - the cat-eating-dog or the fish-eating cats? Tee hee!
    We bigified the picshure and saw the little fishes - yummy!

    The tiny baby hatchlings are just gorjuss!

    Milo and Alfie xx

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  15. Pee ess: ((((((((hugs))))))))
    It's HUG A CAT DAY!

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  16. Ooooh, lots of goslings and fishies! How lucky that you boys live in such a lovely area! You have large fields with tall grasses AND a pond with wonderful wildlife!

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  17. You did a good job of guarding the house, and waiting for your mum, and letting her post on your blog.

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  18. Such cute little duckies! Although, we gotta think of something to do to that dog...we can't have him trying to eat you guys!!

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  19. It woulda been fun to see those ducks up close, guys...but we wouldn't want you to have gotten eated though...

    Fish for dinner sounds great!

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  20. Certainly looks like someplace to ponder over! Furry nice! Too bad you couldn't go and see it too, Eric and Flynn. You do a great job guarding your home, though.

    We hope you both get lots of hugs from your purrents today -- it is Hug Your Cat Day, after all!

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  21. Hello dear friends!
    I think your mommy was right!I'm proud of you for stay and patrol the place!Great work!
    wowwwwwwww Fabulous pictures!Please say mommy that we loved them!
    What a beautiful family geese in this pond!And look that BIG fish!!! Amazing!
    great post and thanks for sharing!
    purrs and love
    Luna

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  22. Loved your Mum's pretty pond post.

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  23. Oh my lil macadameyun nut cookie eric, don't get eattun by a big dawg just to learn how to swim so yoo can come visit me! I'm werking on making yoo a jetpak so yoo can come visit me just as I can come visit yoo my fudgesicle!

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  24. YUM! Some good eatins in that pond! The babies are so cute!

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  25. The photos are lovely and the fish looks tasty ;-)

    And by the way. That dog needs to learn some manners! Dogs should respect cats.

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  26. Those are neat pictures. Mama hasn't seen any goslings yet this year. There's usually a whole crop of them near her work. hee

    Happy Thursday to you guys!
    Love,
    Tazo

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  27. What a lovely lazy day at the pond. The Woman has seen lots of goslings this year. Snap does not like geese...she herds them out of her field!

    Chas

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  28. I think I am a little bit scairted of that gigantical fish! He looks big enough to eat me all up!

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  29. We have lots of canada geese where we live too. The young goslings are so cute when they are little, but then they grow into that gangly "teenage" stage and to us look quite homely.

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  30. You have a pond where a dog lives that wants to eat you? You do lead interesting lives.

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  31. Dat is a very neat pond! I luvs seeings da fishes! Wouldn't you just luvs to goes after those fishes, well I likes water so I would!

    I enjoys seeings your postings, such purrty pictures, I hopes you stop by some time.

    Purrrrrrs

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  32. Wow your pond is much bigger than mine, I am glad I didn't fall in that one!!!

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  33. What a totally cool pond! Too bad you guys couldn't go there too!

    Luf, Us

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  34. That is a great pond for you guys, but I'm so glad that "the dog who wants to eat" you didn't get to try eating either one of you! I like seeing those fishies though! Maybe someday you will get some nice fishie!

    Purrrrrrrrrrs, China Cat

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