On our daily walk to the field, Yellow Dog encountered the first Swamp Rosemallow of the year,
and perhaps the last Treat’s Rain Lily, while the Beautyberry remains in bloom.
Halberd-leaf rosemallow, Yellow Dog
My chair is occupied.
Honeybun in chair
I don’t remember leaving a napkin on my porch chair.
I think Honeybun has a flight attendant.
Nope, Yellow Dog was not impressed by
a shopping bag full of lunch from the garden.
Picture by John S. Quarterman for Okra Paradise Farms, Lowndes
County, Georgia, 2013-07-03.
What’s that yellow dog up to?
Pictures of Gretchen Quarterman and Yellow Dog at Okra Paradise Farms
by John S. Quarterman, Lowndes County, Georgia, 6 February 2012.
Not digging, she hopes?
We just planted potatoes there!
Here’s a slideshow:
What are the dogs barking at at 3AM?
Oh, just an armadillo five feet outside their door.
Pictures of dogs and armadillo
by John S. Quarterman, Lowndes County, Georgia, 10 August 2011.
So what happened to it?
What are the dogs barking at at the crack of dawn?
Oh, right: the yard armadillo.
It’s digging in, making noises like a hog:
Brown dog is so civilized she has her own bathtub.
Yellow dog does not bathe:
Pictures by John S. Quarterman, Lowndes County, Georgia, 1 June 2011.
Brown dog and yellow dog see mud.
They know what to do!
Brown dog likes to drink it.
They both like to wallow in it.
What the brown dog saw in the tree:
A raccoon. Yellow dog sees it, too:
Silly brown dog! Dogs can’t climb trees!
Wonder what’s in the tree?
Videos by Gretchen Quarterman, Lowndes County, Georgia, 4 July 2010.