Thanks to Little Jet-Black’s “slo-mo” exit from behind the monitor, I was able to get this sequence of photos with my phone. It had to finish when the little guy landed, because Princess Chloe the First decided to to dive off the sofa after him.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Sunday, February 16, 2014
The canine ability to deliver Silent But Deadlies never ceases to amaze me.
I attribute the peeling wallpaper and flaky paint in Baskerville Manor to the deadly emissions released by The Elder Statesman (bless his stinky little back end, and hoping that farting is welcomed in doggy Heaven), Princess Chloe the First, The Diva and The Big Guy over the years.
From Off the Leash
Friday, February 14, 2014
Friday, February 7, 2014
Newsflash: Baskerville Manor has an international audience!
Over on Occasional Stuff, Yours Truly Confused has been following a series of blog challenges, one of which involved a guest post from a Baskerville Beastie – Perspective: Little Jet-Black.
Following a comment from Aussie MR at Margaret Rose Stringer, Yours Truly Confused provided a census of the complete population of Baskerville Manor. Anyhoo, the entire menagerie was totally thrilled when MR asked could she reblog the entire list – which she did, in All Creatures Are Beautiful (yes, indeed they are, MR!).
So when this lovely lady asked for pictures of the local magpies to compare them with Aussie magpies, we dug out the most recent ones we have. Unfortunately these were taken through a bedroom window on a dull November day with a phone camera, so they are not very clear, but we promise MR faithfully we will be lurking in the back yard with a proper camera over the weekend to see if the little guys will venture out into the cold.
If anybody can come up with a reason why these magpies are attracted to the TV satellite dish, we would love to know.
Ooops, YTC forgot Boris the spider who lives in the laptop – here he is, checking out Twitter.