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You could glue them together and see what you get LOL LOL Perhaps just filing them in the trash might be a better idea after the doggies have picked their favorite again LOL
Yes Dagmar they do dig a lot in my flower beds but the garden is a little wild and not so manicured as you might call it. It often doesn't show. What is the worst is when they dig big holes in the middle of the grass. Then you have to add soil and seeds and water it and it still shows even when the grass does start to grow back. Not much I can do about it. They never do it when I'm watching.
Good morning Edith, I finally made it here. :)) I see your dogs have been quite busy, if they are as busy in summer your flowerbeds must be trembling. LOL
Thanks Jana. I will.Jacques there is nothing left to make soup when they're finished with them.
Edie, I have a big smile love our dogs and everything related to them. They are sweethearts, distributes those bones. Our dogs help the spring planting potatoes, also disperse them to me and I still do pits else than I need. Hug you and kiss on the snout for Cole and Luke :-))) -)))))
That's what I'm going to tell the grand kids. Find the bones and trade them in for chocolate eggs.
It's like an Easter Bone Hunt.
Ardy I only collected in one small area. There are many more waiting for the snow to melt. They look through them and pick one out to chew and I throw the rest in the garbage. I don't like it when they bury in the summer. Sometimes they dig in the flowerbeds but also right in the middle of the lawn. I don't give them as many in the summer.
I love all your spring is coming pictures, Edie, but I find the bones the funniest. The dogs must be so happy to have you find all these treasures for them to bury somewhere else. Thanks. This was fun.
Not very colourful for a puzzle but I was thinking of painting them and hiding them in the garden for my grand kids.
you can make a different puzzle each day :-)))
These are just what I picked up in one area. I'm sure there are 5 times this many still under the snow. I don't have to call them. They think they're helping me by carrying them away again.
Aww, the snow is melting, call the dogs.