Spring has sprung in sunny Mangamahu valley

A bone in mummy's garden.  Wonder how it got there?

A bone in mummy’s garden. Wonder how it got there?

Greetings loyal readers and fellow maremmas.  Mummy had decided to do some spring cleaning so  she has been busy inside the house, dusting and polishing.   Me and Nellie decided to do our own spring cleaning, so we have been very busy seeking out our bone collection.  and re-arranging them around the garden. Now, as loyal readers will know Me and Nellie have an extensive bone collection strewn throughout the garden.  Mummy does not like Me and Nellie putting our bones in her garden because of our excessive digging.  She has some strange idea that her garden is for growing flowers and plants not as a depositing ground for our growing bone collection.  Mummy and Daddy like to give Me and Nellie bones because they provide Me and Nellie with hours of entertainment. Off Me and Nellie go, it is getting time for our morning dinner and We must prepare and them We might go and do a patrol of the fence-line then settle down for a morning snooze in the sunshine.  Love Nellie and Jasper, who did over heard mummy mention something about the V.E.T.

The first daffadil of the spring

The first daffadil of the spring

 

 

 

 

Nellie with a new bone.

Nellie with a new bone.

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2 Responses to Spring has sprung in sunny Mangamahu valley

  1. Emmadog says:

    I could never bury a bone – I have to chew them up right away. My Kuvasz sister chomps down bones like crazy and if mine is left unattended for a moment she will steal it. Besides, we are not supposed to dig in our yard. 😉

  2. What weird ideas people get. Of course gardens are for burying bones.

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