Goosed, Geesed, Mugged


Goosed, Geesed, Mugged
3July 2013

Yesterday The Prince Consort and I went to Laurel River Lake to ‘fish’. (TPC has caught 4.5 fish in three years.) As we were winding up the day, we idled into a cove and attracted the attention of a flock of Canada Geese. Unlike last week’s geese who kept their distance, this week’s charged up to the boat for free eats.  
Attack! 




Get out the bread or prepare to be boarded. 
























You in the boat, start tossing the bread!



























I'm not kidding. You in the boat, give me bread, and give it to me now!  
































Not the tidiest stale bread eater in the world.



























Kath who does not critique eating techniques since she has never dined at a Mexican restaurant and not gone home without salsa all down her shirt. 

Comments

  1. Avast mateys! Man the sails! Full speed ahead. Err, um get outta Dodge!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. And toss every scrap of bread behind as we try to get away. Thank you for reading.

      Delete
  2. Thankfulness to my father who shared with me regarding this web site, this
    blog is really awesome.

    Here is my web site: Moskitiery rolowane Warszawa

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you for reading. And please thank your father. I started this blog as a way to continue daily talks with my dad after he died. Fathers are special.

      Delete
  3. Kath, you should think about being a wild life photographer. Beautiful pictures--even the one with crumbs on his feathers.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. THank you for reading, Joan. You're most generous. But I think TPC is right. These critters know a sucker when they see one, and crowd up close.

      Delete
  4. Such handsome critters -- even if they are a little pushy...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you, for reading, Vicki. They are gorgeous, aren't they? Which makes us easy marks for handing over our stale bread.

      Delete

Post a Comment

Popular Posts