We turned around to head back home and looks what was in the middle of the road, the sun came up right over the trees and in our eyes.... Mama said I can't see! this is blinding me, We waited to long. Tomorrow we leave earlier, I can't walk like this. There could be an elephant in the road and we would not know it.
There might have been more, but you get what I heard. What I want to know is how did she get these photos if she could not see. That's a mystery to ME.
Can you see how well I walk my Daddy! he walks great, doesn't he? Yesterday on our walk, we got to the turnaround spot and there was a LOUD noise, I started pulling and ACTING UP, even daddy with the hearing aid, said what is that noise. Mama with the ULTRA hearing said it's over there.
There were 4 Big Green Trans Bins and one of them the lid was popping up and THUMP! Pop up and THUMP!
Mama said get him out of here, there is something trapped in the trash bin. Ha Ha On Mama! Get him out of here.
I wanted to see that critter, I laid my big 75 pound self down and refused to move.
Since I was wearing my brand new harness, that you have not seen yet, Daddy grabbed the handle of the harness and yanked me up, mama backed down the street holding treats, each time I got one I moved 6 feet, a block away I stopped acting up. Mama was not happy when she said Come and I did not! What did she expect? I wanted to see what was in the can.
Mama said HE knows what's in there because of his nose.
The humans shoved me in our house, and ran out the door, I heard the car start up and they were gone. I was heart broken.
When they came home, I heard them talking all day about their adventure. Daddy took an ax handle with him, they drove back and daddy used the handle to open the lid. Nothing happened!
Daddy peered into the bin and there was a half grown Raccoon inside. he was to small to climb out. Daddy carefully tipped the bin over and out ran a terrified Raccoon and he never even looked at daddy or said Thank you!
Below the only photo mama got... you can tell how far away she was...