Friday, April 19, 2024

Friday Flashback and Caturday Art.

 This week the flashback comes from June2010 and is called Vishus Deer Patrol.

We have been very worried about the vishus deer ever since we heard about the woofie that got attacked. We know they hang out in the little wood at the bottom of our fields, so we thought we had better check them out and see if they were there. We don't want them attacking our Beans.

We had a good look from higher up and we couldn't see them. We decided it would be safe to go down there.

This is one of their favourite places amongst the trees.

We can't see any sign of them.

We thought it would be safe to stop and look at the primroses. This is where the vishus deer jump over the fence to come into the field. They knock the electric fence down and dad has to keep checking it so the horses don't get out.

On nice sunny days they like to lie in the sunspot behind the two trees.

Eric: Well we haven't seen any sign of them but all this walking has made me hot, so I had a paddle in the stream to cool my feet down.

That feels much better.

Hmm, there are some smells here. We think they have been this way.

Flynn: I will go up this tree so I can see further. You keep checking for their smell down there Eric.

Eric: Okay Flynn, I'm pretty sure they have been here recently.

Flynn: I'll go up higher so I can have a really good look.

Eric: I think it is all clear Flynn. The scent is getting weaker. I think they have gone for today.

After all that hard work we went on to the earth and enjoyed a nice refreshing roll.

We are joining Athena, The Cat Goddess for Caturday Art.


I used Beauty at 50%, then Grey at 45%.


For this one I used Illusion at 50%, then Starry at 35%.
preview110pieceCaturday Art 1 20.04.24
preview108pieceCaturday Art 2 20.04.24
I am joining MessyMimi for the blog hop.



27 comments:

  1. Dearest Eric and Flynn,
    You two boys were really out on patrol for checking on Vishus Deer. Sure, their antler is no match with a woofie or kitty!
    Love those primroses—what a lovely sight!
    Thanks for these memories, they are so very special and so well described that it makes you walk right along with Eric and Flynn and smell everything...
    Hugs,
    Mariette + Kitties

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  2. Those boys sure looked great out surveying their kingdom from every angle. Love the art too!

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  3. We are glad the boys didn't find any deer, but we sure enjoyed the nature walk:). And your artwork is just beautiful.

    Woos - Misty and Timber

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  4. Those boys sure did love roaming in the fields and checking for vishus deer......nice that there was a stream to play in and get a slurp of cold water before resuming the hunt! Love these flashbacks - and really love the relationship these boys had. Special.

    Hugs, Pam

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  5. As always, what a wonderful flashback with the Angel Boys, and the artwork is splendid as well. Those boys sure were quite the explorers!

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  6. Dear boys, how fun it would have been if you would have seen those deer that day. However remember they are much bigger than you two ever were put together even.

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  7. Excellent patrolling, that looked like a lot of hard work! You were terrific guardians of your mom and dad. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. I'm sneaking in for a few comments while I wait for Bryan to get ready. I thoroughly enjoyed these excellent photos of the Your very handsome Gingermen in another episode of Property Patrol
    Hugs Cecilia

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  9. doodz…deer iz az vizshuz az any kinda vizshuz being
    can bee vizshuz and eye am glad ya dinna see em…and eye am buzzed happee ya both getted ta roll in soil. that HAD ta bee de best EVER ๐Ÿ˜บ๐Ÿ˜บ….bye de way, did ewe ever get ta go fishin in yur streem? ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š

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  10. The boys did a great job protecting against the vishus deer!

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  11. Those boy and their adventures! A great flashback.

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  12. What wonderful sweet memories. I feel like I'm tagging right along and experiencing everything at the same time the boys did. Can feel the warmth of the sunspot. The patch of primroses is sure pretty, as is Mom's catwork! Hope Mom and Dad are both well. Until next time...Jean

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  13. Hmmm...a refreshing roll?
    We humans just don't get that, Angel Fellas!
    Lovely art, and will puzzle soon if I haven't already puzzled...sometimes I get to them before you've even posted.

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  14. That was quite an adventure hunting the deer but I am sure they came back

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  15. I'm so glad you were on duty to make sure the Beans were safe. Thank you for linking up with Feline Friday!

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  16. I wouldn't blame the vishus deer if they liked that wood; what a beautiful little spot, even with its own steam.

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  17. They did a great job at Vishus Deer Patrol. Great pics!

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  18. It was good that they checked for vishus deer to keep everyone safe!

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  19. Your artwork today seems almost magical, and I love the story of you boys watching out for the welfare of your parents. You certainly went to such lengths to do so.

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  20. Angels Eric and Flynn looked high and low for those vishus dear, and really earned that roll in the dirt. XO

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  21. You did a good job. Glad you enjoyed such a fun roll in the dirt!

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  22. How brave those boys were! They did a great job protecting their Beans from the vishus deer.
    And the art is just purrfect.

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  23. Sorry I am so late, busy week with my nieces. Cute flashback. How funny that Eric liked to get his paws wet. Nice art, thanks for the puzzles. XO

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  24. OMC that poor doggie...what an adventure, sweet Angels. You really are very brave. Glad you got a roll-all-over at the end๐Ÿ˜ธ๐Ÿ˜บDouble Pawkisses for the both of you and your mommy too๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ˜ฝ๐Ÿ’ž

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  25. You purr-formed your lookout duties very well!
    Once while walking MJF, we came across a few (vishus) deer, and when they saw us, they began to stomp...good thing we were too far for those stomping hooves to touch us!

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