Saturday, August 27, 2011

Solving the Mystery

Hi Y’all,
Strange things are happenin’.  Things are disappearin’  and I’m lookin’ for evidence.

Aha!  I’m sure my wildlife friends recognize this piece of evidence!

Let me search a little further along here. 

Yes, here’s more evidence!
I knew if I kept my nose to the ground I’d find more evidence.  I just have to keep on the trail!

Aha!  I knew it!  That’s where all the acorns are going!  The guilty: 

I found them…now do y’all think the President will pardon them?  
Y’all come back now!


  1. Keep a close eye on those critters, Thanksgiving is just around the corner.

    he he


  2. Looks like about time for a good Turkey dinner to me!

  3. I don't know, we have a family of about 12, including a mom and dad and they running a pretty tough campaign to be pardon. Guess, we'll have to wait and see!!

  4. Well done, some excellent investigating work there, that nose of yours sure did a great job Hawk! Some beautiful scenery there although we agree with no firtling where there could be snakes - yikes!!! Have a great weekend Detective Hawk :-) Dex and Lou xxx

  5. You can't beat a dog's nose :) Well done Hawk !

  6. yes a pardon for sure


  7. Very nice post-you are good at following those mysteries. Hopefully those guys get moving before Novmeber

    We found you on the blog hop and are a new follower of your blog

  8. Good work! Hope you all doing well over there!

  9. Greetings,
    Yes tis I, Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet star.
    Y'all warn them turkeys to not go a wandering into Canada, eh. Cause Thanksgiving is the first Monday in October, up there in Canada, eh :)
    Pawsitive wishes and doggy kisses, Penny x

  10. Turkeys eat acorns?! Well, I think that's pretty neat. I met a few turkeys recently. They've received lifelong pardons and live at a sanctuary. They were very friendly and did like to snack so I'm sure it's good to pick a healthy treat like an acorn, right?

    -Chandra at Daley's Dog Years

  11. Those are some mighty fine turkeys! Good job sleuthing Hawk!

  12. Very nice! I had to stop and say that we have been watching a mama wild turkey mother her SEVEN babies in and around our yard for the last several weeks. :) She leads those babies all over the place, and not a one has gone missing. I just LOVE seeing those birds in the wild. :) (Of course, JF and Dewi are NEVER allowed outside with the turkey babies; they'd try to herd them - and might even kill them.) :(