Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Don't Do The Crime If You Prance Into Evidence Photos All The Time

Yesterday, I returned from my daily 44 oz Diet Coke procurement trip to find THIS blocking T-Hoe's entrance to the garage:

I'm pretty sure I know who's responsible. In fact, the perpetrator appeared in the picture as the phone was ready to snap the evidence photo! Is THAT a happy accident, or what?

AND as I panned over to show the door to the garage, the perpetrator again magically appeared! Circumstantial evidence? I think not!

Let the record show that such a limb was not in the driveway when I left for town. And was not there when I went out for my evening walk. I have observed Puppy Jack dragging branches twice this length across the front yard.

His puppy dog eyes may fool a jury, but they don't fool ME!


Sioux said...

Aww. He's a little builder, just like Farmer H. Jack is working on making his own Shackytown. You'd better watch out. He might run off to an auction sometime, since he's already following in Farmer H's footsteps.

fishducky said...

Do you have tooth prints on the branch?

Hillbilly Mom said...

I hope he doesn't head to The Good Feet Store!

No. In fact, when I came out for my walk later, some of the limbs were missing from the branch. I assume. Because there was no branch that looked like that anywhere in the yard. Jack knows how to destroy evidence!

Sioux said...

HM--Yes, because Jack has 4 feet and Farmer H has 2 (when he's not busy putting one of them in his mouth). Double the feet = double the cost.

Kathy's Klothesline said...

Is he eating the wood? My St. Bernard was a wood eater. She ate a coffee table ......

Hillbilly Mom said...

ACK! I can't afford $2000 for The Good Feet Store!!! It would be cheaper for Jack to buy a new lawnmower without telling me.

I don't know. It wouldn't surprise me. Of course, Jack might still be feeling bloated from the #1 Son's gift wallet made of Bison leather, monogrammed, with RFID blocker, from Sharper Image. Not as big as a coffee table...but Jack is not as big as a St. Bernard!