October 27, 2021

BOOLATRY, BATTY


 

25 comments:

  1. Duck your head and run, Juney!

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  2. Those are big bats, June. We only get tiny ones here (pipistrelle).

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  3. I think you have gone to the bats. Reach up with your paws and snag one!

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  4. I'll bet you would really like to catch one of those bats, June. I've got a recipe for bat soup if you want it. Yum in the tum. Keep your beautiful eyes on the prize.

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  5. Did you catch a bat June? Mom calls us in the house about the time they start coming out here.

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  6. That's a lot of bats, June. Not to worry though, they are nice to be around.

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    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  7. Very cool batty photo, sweet June!

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  8. You have bats in your trees, not bats in your belfry. ha ha

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  9. It's National Bat Week, Junie!

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  10. Whoa, you sure have a lot of batty friends.

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  11. Be careful June. XO

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  12. June that is a beautiful picture...give your photographer a high 5
    Hugs Cecilia

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  13. Boolatry Beauty!!!

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  14. We think bats are amazing creatures!

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  15. Sppppooooookkkkky!!!!
    xoxo,
    Rosy and the Gang

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  16. Woooo...Boooo...that's cool! Love the header, too! Perfect for Howloween!

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  17. Watch out for those bats, June!! A few weeks ago,, it was still September, there were two bats in our cellar...goodness knows how they got in there, but they were swooping very close to petcretary's head...EEK!
    (Thankfully they are gone now, at least we have not seem them anymore...)

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  18. Yikes, a haunted forest!

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  19. Juney, are you gonna give those bats a whap?

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  20. Our middle daughter is fascinated with bats. Before the snow flies, they come down and gracefully dance across the sky for us. Then they hide in the tall trees.

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  21. Make sure they don't get in your belfry.

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  22. Bats are fascinating and fun to watch. Just sit and enjoy!

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