Thursday, May 4, 2017

Thankful Thursday

I am thankful we are aware that this fellow lives across the alley from our garage, under a neighbor's building.  Last year, or the year before, we unknowingly locked him in our garage and boy, was there a mess.  Several things knocked down, some broken.

  I am also thankful to have a few new photos to post the past couple of days.

I will be linking to Thankful Thursday.

Delta Update
I ask my daugher what my grand-dog was up to.  She said she is constantly finding something new to get into.  Delta's new thing to do is to take her ball over and drop it down the basement stairs only to run down after it to get it and do it all over again.



16 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Hey, at least she doesn't want someone else to run down and get it! It's a smart dog who knows how to invent games to amuse themself. The groundhog is so cute! We have them here. They are also called Whistle Pigs because they whistle a high pitched sound as a warning. One whistled at Phil once.

Tom said...

...and I'm thankful that he doesn't live near me.

Bonny Bonafilla said...

Gosh what an animal. I didn't know what he was until I read an earlier comment. Ground hogs don't exist over here in England, but he looks handsome and in fine form. Living in your neighbourhood clearly agrees with him.

Sandra said...

I have seen videos of dogs chasing the ball on steps, that is great excericse and wears them out. what is this guy? a ground hog? I love him whatever he is

Mildred said...

Cute pics. Glad he has not gotten locked in your garage again!

That is so cute about Delta entertaining herself. She will be thin!

Henny Penny said...

I think the groundhogs are cute. My sister had a problem with them eating everything in their garden a few years back. I like the hot pads you're making and that pale pink Iris is simply beautiful...in your last post. Bet it's cute watching the dog drop the ball down the stairs.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Oh gosh! Ground hogs love my neighborhood. We had one under the back garage for a couple of years. Then we had one under the storage area that is on the back of our house. The dogs would go crazy trying to get him. He would go across the street to a neighbor's shed too. His dogs were faster than mine. We haven't seen another one this year. Hopefully we won't. They are cute, but destructive. You got good pics of yours!
xx, Carol

Nancy Chan said...

That fellow looks cute. Didn't know it could create such havoc in your garage. Have a wonderful day!

carol l mckenna said...

Sweet photos of one of nature's critters ~ glad he is not in your garage and grand dog sounds very bright about entertaining himself ~ thanks

Happy Day to you ~ ^_^

Patsy said...

We just have boring squirrels some times a cute chipmunk will
show up, just a different kind of squirrel.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That sounds like an exercise program for those of us trying to get into shape! heehee! Enjoy your afternoon! Hugs!

LA Paylor said...

delta is such a great name

Michelle said...

Delta sounds like she knows how to entertain herself! lol! Those groundhogs (whistle pigs, we say) can sure cause some destruction! Thanks for linking up today!

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

I can picture it chasing the ball down the stairs...makes me smile!

Ida said...

Oh my a Groundhog getting locked in a garage, that's not something you hear every day.

Delta sounds like a fun loving dog.

Linda Gross said...

You may have seen on Facebook that a groundhog got locked in our garage for several hours the other day. What a mess in that short period of time!