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Buttercup’s Revenge

Dec
17

Since Precious took his bed, Buttercup took her crate.
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Take that, puppy.

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What He Does

Dec
15

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….when he’s not in the dog bed. He supervises the woodstove.

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    Morgan had a bad dream that Casper got cancer and broke his bones and died. She asked me to post some pictures proving her “loving and affectionate baby” is alive and impatiently awaiting her return.

    He’s alive! And waiting!

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    The cows keep looking at me today like they want to go to the barn. I’m going to be moving them at the end of the week to keep them up close around the barn during the two-week buck season that starts next Monday, but I’m not ready to move them yet. They have hay and shelter in the field, so they’re all right even … Continued…

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