Follow-Up Friday

We are joining Jodi at Heart Like A Dog for Follow-Up Friday.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Follow-Up Friday, the blog hop that lets you wrap up your week and leads you right into the weekend.
We would like to welcome FUF co-hostess for this week, Linda from 2browndawgs. If you haven’t visited her gang you should stop on over there she has 3 chessies that are into their hunting season having some nice adventures.
I added Nothing But Norman to this weeks FUF because I wanted to let everyone know I read each and every comment over and over. Thank you all so much for caring and taking the time to share your thoughts with us. It really helped me through that sad moment in time. I know that I am not alone and you all have been through this and other dealings with life and I am so glad I have you all. I think the time is ticking faster and faster for my buddy. Hugs back to all of you!
The original

It looks like a kaleidoscope!

Looked at it full size and i got it! It’s a nose through a kaleidoscope I think..So kewl!

Yeah your both right! I had fun with this photo shop effect.


Life would be WAY too boring without Gambler in it! He was sent to keep you on your toes for sure. :)


Wow. I suggest a video camera so next time you can see it in action!

I wish Norman could of talked because he was locked in the room with him when he got out the second time. He was probably thinking “boy, your gonna get your ass tanned when they get home!”


Sounds like a great week!

Since I’m not a hunter, I have to ask….What do you do with all those birds? Clean them and freeze them? Or do you donate some? I know the deer hunters in my area often donate their deer to homeless soup kitchens……

When we are in Saskatchewan at the farm house we breast the birds out. In order to get them back across the border you need to leave one wing attached for identification purposes, so we only keep the breast. Once home we cut the breast meat off the breast bone and remove the wing. Since it turns out to be a lot of meat like 30+ pounds we take it all in to the local butcher and have it ground up and made into mostly goose hot sticks, breakfast sausage and brats. You don’t even know it is goose since they add pork to it. This is what we live on during the summer when sitting at hunt tests.

More hunting pals photos. They had the best time in Saskatchewan. I asked if I could hunt with Glory one day so I could get some close up photos of her and John said NO!

What are the white things?


I also wondered what those white things are. Hard to tell in the photo.

Those are called rag decoys or silo socks. They are basically white bags that have some paint on them to resemble snow geese. We put out like 1000 of these guys.

Hoorah For Veterinary Technicians


Jessie and I got a sweet treat at work on Thursday. Thank you all for your kind words for technicians.

Going to look for that book now. Hoping its on Kindle… :)

You can buy it on Amazon for the Kindle. And if you like poetry you will love his blog.



Shar Pei & Chesapeake Bay Retriever • Senior • Male • Medium

Kalamazoo Animal Rescue Kalamazoo, MI

This concludes today’s FUF thank you Jodi and Linda for another great day!

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7 thoughts on “Follow-Up Friday

  1. Loved your FUF this week. Lucky you getting a big basket of treats! I have had goose sausage before. It is yummy! So did they check your birds when you crossed back over the border. How long did that take? I don’t remember hubby having to do that.


  2. Awesome follow-up, thanks for joining the blog hop.

    I’m behind on reading, so this is a great way for me to keep in the loop. I sure hope you are wrong about Norman, I know how much you love him.

    It’s always wonderful to be recognized for our hard work, congratulations to you and your co-worker!


  3. Great FUF post. I had thought those were maybe decoys of some sort. Thanks for ‘splaining!

    I had missed your post about Norman so had to go back and catch up. It’s great news that the cancer is not in his lungs yet. That was what got our Abby in the end. I hope he has a lot more time. I know you are doing your best to not be sad now – it’s hard – but there will be plenty of time to be sad later. Try to enjoy every special moment!


  4. Hi Y’all…
    Now let me challenge the imagination a wee mite…Gambler and Delilah living together in the same house with the same human…Who wants ’em? Whose up for the challenge, excitement and FUN???
    Oh, and don’t forget to put the trail cams and spy cams about so we can all enjoy the fun and games while human backs are turned! BOL!!!
    Y’all come back now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog


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