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Beau the Wascally Wabbit

I know, I know — a picture is worth a thousand words,but I did not have a camera with me to get a photo, so we will have to go the word route.  402 more words

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cowboylawyer reblogged this on Shootin' the Breeze and commented:

Another adventure for Beau. The marathon continues.

Jail Bird Dog

Retrievers are considered bird dogs because they are bred, and should be trained to (guess what!) retrieve birds.  They get the birds that hunters shoot, often swimming out to get the birds that fall into a pond or lake.  659 more words

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More Beau stories -- the marathon continues. One loyal reader has accepted the position of President of the Beau Fan Club. Bless her heart! She might resign when she learns of his criminal past.

Beau Helps Sugar

I regret that I cannot publish this as a photo-journalist.  Unfortunately, I was not present during the events described hereinafter involving my wife, Sugar, and dog, Beau.  352 more words

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cowboylawyer reblogged this on Shootin' the Breeze and commented:

The Beau marathon continues. Here is another life lesson that Beau taught my wife, Sugar. I offer it so that you may avoid the problem she encountered.

Beau Shares Breakfast

Michelle is a world traveler.  She recently returned from four months in Nepal, where she climbed to base camp for Mount Everest and stayed to volunteer at a monastery, teaching English.  369 more words

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cowboylawyer reblogged this on Shootin' the Breeze and commented:

The marathon of Beau stories continues. This post from a year ago should be up-dated to inform you that Michelle returned to Nepal. Her primary motive may have been to escape Beau.

Who Let The Dogs Out?

Miss Sugar, as usual, out-did herself.  She made about nine pies, including pecan, sweet potato, and apple pie, more than one of each kind.  Plus, some of the guests contributed to the dessert table.  803 more words

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cowboylawyer reblogged this on Shootin' the Breeze and commented:

The Beau marathon continues. This post from the past describes an event that resulted in a liability claim against our homeowners' insurance policy. Sad but true. Beau is to blame. We offer him for sale. We don't want to make a profit -- we will sell him for just what we have in him, $50,000.00. Any takers?

Oops, Beau Did It Again

A while back, I wrote about Beau and the UPS Driver.

http://cowboylawyer.wordpress.com/2013/06/04/beau-and-the-ups-driver/

Today, FedEx delivered something to our ranch.  Second verse same as first.

While the delivery driver was on our porch handing my wife the package, Beau was in the truck eating the driver’s lunch.  103 more words

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cowboylawyer reblogged this on Shootin' the Breeze and commented:

Continuing the Beau marathon, today I am reblogging a post about a theft from FedEx. Yesterday's post was about a similar target -- UPS. Both really should use armored vehicles when coming to our ranch. Oh, and they better bring enough guys, such as a guard to go along withe the driver/deliveryman. Maybe more....

Beauzo

I write so much about Beau, a trouble-making yeller dog, that I have been accused of making stuff up about him for entertainment purposes.

I deny making up anything that I have written about him.  941 more words

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cowboylawyer reblogged this on Shootin' the Breeze and commented:

I have decided to present a "marathon" of Beau stories for the next several days since many readers seem interested in his personality disorders and there are some new followers who did not read these posts when initially published. I hope they bring some smiles, even to those who have read them before.