A friend of mine said that my sweet potato looked like a dinosaur.
Oh wait, maybe she said it was as big as a dinosaur.
When digging up the garden, I had been giving Toby the tiny little potatoes that never fully developed which made him a pretty happy guy. Then he watched me pick up this behemoth, and you should have seen the expression on his face! I don’t think his eyes could have gotten any wider nor his tail wagged any faster. I couldn’t let him have it, though, lest I have to write another poem about yark.
Who are you to judge the yarkworthiness of my adventures?
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CLEO USED TO PICK HER OWN CHERRY YOMATOES AND ATRAWBERRIES AND BABY CAROTS !!!!!!!!!!!!
Good for Cleo!!
Toby picks beans and tries to dig up beets. Pups very quickly teach themselves how to use a garden!
HA, it DOES look like a dino!!! 😀
AW on Toby and The Potatoes! 🙂
Toby is right…none of us can judge the yarkworthiness of his adventures! 😉
Coop says he would go for the carrots! Guess his ancestors had some rabbit in them. 😮 😉
Ooh, sorry Cooper. We didn’t plant carrots this year or we’d share some with you! 🥕 🥕🥕
It does resemble a dinosaur…one of those long necked mild ones who ate veg rather than the beastly variety.
How frightening if it had looked like a T Rex!
Max once picked a watermelon. 🙂 I had to remind someone the other day that there are other bugs out there in the world, not everything is Covid. Sometimes a cold is just a cold.
Oh my gosh, how big was the watermelon?! 😂
What? Surely you jest.
I tried to find the picture of him with it, but I’ll have to search further. It was a decent size, he got ahold of the vine and just pulled. Came to me with it, so proud, plopped down with it between his paws and just smiled! I didn’t let him eat it – the rind isn’t good for them, but I cut some up for him. That dog LOVED watermelon!
perhaps a part of the dinosaur.
Should I be thinking “Ew”?
What a happy dog that must have been!