Tuesday, April 03, 2007

fowl, take II

This time it was geese from our fair neighbor to the north and, fortunately for them, they chose the neighbor's yard. Sam did his best woofing, but they understood the concept of "fence."

My neighbors are out of town, but will not be happy when they return. I wonder if the geese understand the concept of "man who owns guns" nearly as well... or do they already have personal injury lawyers on their speed dials?

4 comments:

Bartleby said...

Your neighbors might not be upset -- after all, maybe the geese will be gone when the people return.

Oh, wait -- now I get it. I'll bet those inconsiderate Candians failed to toilet-train those geese, didn't they?

Obviously, we should invade Canadia and kill all the geese. Better to fight them there than here, right? Freedom isn't free, you know! It's the clash of civilizations.

Arthur said...

There's something disgustingly enjoyable about watching geese doing their business in a neighboring yard, while your yard stays nice and fresh.

John B. said...

I have always wanted to try cooked goose for Easter....

Anonymous said...

goose for Christmas was delicious so I expect that the same might be anticipated for Easter.