Life in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont
...and they lived happily ever after. Great story with pictures.:)
Very cute! thanks for visiting Bob and Blackie's blog!
Wonderful photos.. but the words make this so cute and funny! :)
That reminds me when Mr. Gattino and I go shopping !Except that he would follow me, lol !
could watch all day love your cats too. sk
So you were there documenting their lover's quarrel ;) . Great shots!
The geese pictures are great but then the "disagreement" makes it hilarious!! Great shots. Really fun.
Haha! My kids are usually following me until they get on their bikes, and then they dust me. lol
What a delightful series of photos this morning! Thanks for the laughter of your ‘interpretive narrative’ ;--)Hugs and blessings,
Thank you for visiting my blog! Here is more information about Catahoula dogs.http://shaycv.blogspot.com/2008/06/what-is-catahoula.htmlGreat photos of the geese!
At least they settled it like gentlegeese :)great series of photos
We have many of them around here too, and they tend to squabble A LOT :) Great shots!
Nice photos and story. I always enjoy watching geese in the spring time.
Oh that is funny but apparently geese like men need to make a lot of noise!:-Daryl
what a sweet shot... just out for a lovely stroll through the meadow. thanks for sharing!
I betcha it was the girl goose who got the directions right! Ha!Thanks for visiting mine :)
Whew! I was worried there was going to be trouble in Paradise! Good thing they got their 'honkin' acts together hehehe
I love geese, and the story you wove here about the goose pair is so neat! I imagine that it was the male who realized that the female had been right all along. ;-)
Beautiful photos and a nice story behind it!
Hi Andrée, thanks so much for your comment about Bonnie. We're enjoying memories now more than sadness. I love your arguing Canada Geese! They're all over Madison right now, some with tiny babies. They can be a nuisance, but they're cute... like kids and kitties ;-)
I love it, Andree! These geese sure do look after--and for--each other. I came across a couple of couples the other day. Actually, I came between one and the rest. The rest flew away a bit and left the other fellow honking until I stepped out of the way and he felt safe joining the gang. They are beautiful animals.
what a fairy tale eh? :p
We could learn a lot from geese. Nice shots.
Very nicely catched!
lol - cute, funny commentary and a great capture. :)
How fun! You find the best shots. I've been watching many disputes lately. I heard a ruckus one day from the pond and went charging over because I thought the cats were playing in forbidden territory, but it was just the ducks yelling at each other, loudly! lol
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