Whose Street Is This Anyway?

I decided it was NOT the time to walk my small dog this one cold morning when I realized our street was being re-claimed by a marauding gang of large mammals, bent on no good.

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You can clearly see the intentions of the callous leader above, his devilish self-confident air, just looking for trouble.

Stay close, we’re taking our land back..”

As his harem bunched up clumsily behind, he paused for a threatening garbage can.

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But undeterred, the herd gallantly push ahead, tails waving excitedly in the air, bound to wreak havoc on anyone or anything that got in their way!

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22 Responses to Whose Street Is This Anyway?

  1. mvschulze says:

    Note: Apparently this post was taken down suddenly, and at this time is the problem has been traced to a herd of deer blocking some of the entrance lanes of the information super highway to my house. But I thank Bob B and Charonne T, Gina B and others for their Facebook comments. M

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  2. Sartenada says:

    Awesome photos. I have never seen anything like this in Finland. In the Northernmost parts of Finland reindeers stroll around where they want.

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  3. Ed says:

    Cry Havoc and let slip the deer of war..;-)
    Great shots..

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  4. Maggie Beck says:

    What fun! You have your deer, we have a fairly large flock of wild turkeys here. Very intimidating, and they know it. And no – they are too big for an oven!

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  5. Sherri says:

    Love this Marty! I love snow and I love deer so you have a winner here for me! The storms have died down here in the UK but still grey and murky. I wish we could have a decent winter πŸ™‚

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  6. Jenny Trozell says:

    How hilarious!! πŸ™‚

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  7. Gill McGrath says:

    wonderful story, and all in photos,great stuff!

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  8. Gill McGrath says:

    Not Australia. I am in the UK and the whole country is sinking in rain and river water and we are still seeing boats floating in the streets here in some places which is very unusual. πŸ™‚

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    • mvschulze says:

      Yes, of course UK! So sorry about the flooding, it’s all over the news casts here. We all seem to be in an unprecedented period of weather extremes this year. Stay dry and safe. M

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      • Gill McGrath says:

        Thanks, Things are looking better but UK is normally cold and damp at this time,so even with a turn for the better it will be wetter rather than drier and always miserable! :)Gill

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  9. Gill McGrath says:

    Not Australia ! I am in the UK and the whole country has been sinking in rain and river water and we are still seeing boats floating along the streets here in some places which is very unusual. πŸ™‚

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  10. Gill McGrath says:

    sorry that went twice

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