Hallelujah Bronze Art Gallery

As the old say goes . . .  they don't get it from the neighbors. Children no matter what species, learn from their parents.

(Bobbie)  Can you still see me?  Am I blending in yet?

There's definitely a pecking order.  Bobbie has to keep the kids in line all the time.

Even with one blind eye and no tail and three kids to take care of, it didn't slow Bobbie down a bit!

Below are photos of Bobbie and her three kids----Hewey, Dewey and Louie

When competition is fierce----go for the gold!

Here they are---the terrible twosome---Frick and Frack!

Now to get some for me and oh yes----I almost forgot about Frick and Frack. Better let them know it's ok to get some food, too!

(Daisy)  Ok. You seem harmless enough.  And besides, you look like you're stuffed and you don't need any more of that great looking chow in the bowl.

(Daisy)  You kids stay put while I sneak over to see if this little guy will share with us.

Food! Did somebody say food?!

No you don't! I'm going sneak up and get some chow before that stranger eats the whole bowlful!

Mmmm!! I've got the whole bowl of food to myself!

Bobbie (no tail) and her 3 kids, Hewey, Dewey and Louie  and Bobbie's daughter, Daisy and her kids, Frick and Frack 
These photos were taken in July 2008 under our old shop

Critters We've Known

Critters who called our place in Duvall "home" over the years
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