Monday, October 26, 2015

Weird Pumpkins!


Do you remember the other day when we were at the Apple Festival? On our great search for Apples we came across some very odd looking pumpkins! Yep, in addition to apples and pears the nursery also had a ton of very odd looking pumpkins!



Neither of the girls were that happy to put their butts on scratchy straw bales, either! Unfortunately, we decided that none of these pumpkins made the cut and we just left with apples and a bag of food grade Diatomaceous Earth.


 

15 comments:

  1. You look happy, so I would never think the straw bothered you.

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  2. I don't blame them for not putting their butts on the straw bales. Does the girls like apples? My dogs love apples. Have a Happy Halloween!

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  3. I love weird pumpkins!! And short squatty ones. :-)

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  4. Those pumpkins make your girls look small. You need some teeny tiny ones.

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  5. Yes, the do look little in that picture!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  6. I don't think I even know what a pumpkin is! But you two sure are cute even when sitting on that scratchy hay! Love Dolly

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  7. Those sure are some weird looking pumpkins! But, I love seeing the girls next to them!

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  8. Those are some weird pumpkins - the colors are great, but I'm not too keen on pumpkins with warts! Good for Halloween though, I guess! What good girls planting their butts on those scratchy hay bales. You must have had good treats!

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  9. Those definitely are some weird pumpkins! Zoe & Phoenix are good sports posing on that hay!
    Love & biscuits,
    Digs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  10. Those are some fun pumpkins! I always enjoys seeing them in different shapes and sizes!

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  11. Those are definitely some weird pumpkins. And I don't blame them for not wanting to sit on straw. That stuff's itchy!

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