"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
Looks more like lunch.
Catch me if you can!
Tag you're it!
How'd that (!@#$%*&)( * dog get so far ahead of me? I thought I had this race in the bag.
Kicking @ss and taking names.....
"And it's floppy ears by a tail!"
Ariel the Thief: Is that the horse, the dog, or you exhaling?JJ - I assume that is the ringing of the dinner bell you are referring to... COMING!!!!!!Fred: Whatever time of the day is it anyway?Anonymous - I think the dog is in trouble...Sherri - that was my thought, but since I'm a discustingly proper blogger, I couldn't swear. Thanks for taking care of that perfectly for me ;)G - yes, by a tail and an ear. BTW - I love your sign! You've got such great ovaries to post such a sign.
Wise Icy said "Never take a shortcut across a racetrack during a race."
The dog is surely running for its life! Fantastic picture!
Ooh glad you liked! That's why I insisted upon keeping them when I had a partial hysterectomy :)
"Crazy F*ckin' Dog!"
Tom & Icy - Wise Icy knows her stuff.SOe - I'd have to agree the dog is running earnestly - only question is, is it to escape the hooves or to chow down on dinner!G - You can take the girl out of the country, but you can't take the hueves out of the girl. Tough thing to go through. Say, can you give me some advice with these pesky hotflashes?Will D - I'd say the dog doesn't look any crazier than the horse LOL!
Oh I was just saying, I love that photo. Someone told about the sheepdogs of a farm he used to work for once. They kept going in to the horses' corral, and it was a thrill to watch them flashing around under the angry hooves. Some didn't leave the corral alive. He called it a natural selection. :-)
Ariel - I have the most horrible time imagining you as a thiefThat is a perfectly horrible scenario with the sheepdogs never leaving the corral alive... Whose natural selection, Mother Nature or the horses...?
Both, I guess. Slow dog, fast horse. The dogs were not made to go in to the corral, of course, it seemed to be their own sport. The shepherds didn't mind it at all, they had the fastest and most courageous dog population in the area.
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