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July 18, 2015~This morning my sister came to the huge field down the hill and walked with me and Mom and Dad. I found this giant stick and a piece of old rope and I was just about to eat a dead mouse when my sister pushed me forward on the trail because I guess she saw it first. Dad said there were quail, but I didn’t notice any. I played with the nice ball that Mom brings for me but then I found this mucky smelly tennis ball and I liked that better so I laid down and chewed that for a while. I got some pets and a few treats in trade for some other weird stuff I found that Mom puts in this bag she carries. Life is good! -Gracie

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Posted on July 21, 2015, in Information and Education. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I agree… and I like that you can exchange the trashures you found for treats :o) that’s super clever and sometimes the only thing what works :o) maybe some of our ancestors weren’t hunters but carpet dealers?

    • Carpetbaggers…..During and immediately after the Civil War, many northerners headed to the southern states, driven by hopes of economic gain, a desire to work on behalf of the newly emancipated slaves or a combination of both. These “carpetbaggers”–whom many in the South viewed as opportunists looking to exploit and profit from the region’s misfortunes. I think these guys move into our life and pretty much try to capitalize on our weakness, and possessions. Maybe they are a type of modern canine carpetbagger–just saying. Some carpet between their teeth too–but I don’t think they are cleaning the carpet per say. http://www.history.com/topics/american-civil-war/carpetbaggers-and-scalawags

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