Whatever the boys don't eat is given to local soup kitchens and other charities.
TheRedQueen wrote::spit: Your dogs are NASTY! (but funny)
God, that reminded me of the Dogs in Elk story...(which I had to go read again for grins and giggles)...your dogs would completely live inside an elk, wouldn't they?
http://www.jerrypournelle.com/reports/j ... inelk.html
plebayo wrote:Whatever the boys don't eat is given to local soup kitchens and other charities.
That is awesome, that used to be what they did here in Portland but they say you can't do that anymore. My cousin's and uncles went out hunting this past week, they didn't get anything but they found an elk cow someone had shot and left
Honestly, it sounds like Shorty had a good day :p
mnp13 wrote:Uh oh, when Demo reads this you're going to have a house guest!
Because when you are that tired, you sleep through bumping kind of noises, or you kind of think that it's just the house guests. It wasn't the house guests. It was my dogs, having an attack of teamwork unprecedented in our domestic history. When I finally woke all the way up, it was to a horrible vision. Somehow, 3 dogs with a combined weight of about 90 pounds, managed to hoist one of the ribcages (the meatier one, of course) up 3 feet to rest on top of the swamp cooler outside the window, and push out the screen. What woke me was Gus Pong, howling in frustration from inside the ribcage, very close to my head, combined with feverish little grunts from Jake, who was standing on the nightstand, bracing himself against the curtains with remarkably bloody little feet. Here are some things I have learned, this Rosh Hashanah weekend: 1. almond milk removes elk blood from curtains and pillowcases, 2. We can all exercise superhuman strength when it comes to getting elk carcasses out of our yard, 3. The sight of elk ribcages hurtling over the fence really frightens the nice deputy sheriff who lives across the street, and 4. the dogs can pop the screens out of the windows, without damaging them, from either side
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