This blog is a journal of the simple living on a small 2 and a half acre farm. The ups and downs. The good and the not so good. Adventures of Hidden Haven animals and some of my own. The sharing of our frugal, hardworking, attempt to be as self sufficient as possible. Please stop by often as we love company!
Yesterday was take the garbage off day. As soon as we start carrying the trash bags to the truck Kuma and Rusty are right there waiting for the truck door to open. Kuma always starts out in the back seat for about 5 minutes before deciding to join the rest of us in the front. Rusty starts out with his head hanging out the window barking at the neighbors dogs before watching to make sure Kuma is getting more rubs and scratches than him. Kuma's mom calls Rusty Kuma's mini me and I have to agree. They are together all the time and look a lot alike. I did remember to take the leash this time. On the way home we have to put a leash on Kuma to get her out of the truck. No leash means she sits in the seat of the truck and growls at you if you try to get her out. A leash means you just have to give it a tiny tug and say come Kuma and she hops right out. A lesson I will never forget again. LOL