Random Five Friday


My son, and his friend, on a successful pheasant hunt last weekend.  Though pheasant is not a native species to Kentucky, there are farms here where they are raised and hunted. 

Nancy, from A Rural Journal, is on an extended holiday break, but I still can't help myself from posting Random Five Friday.  

Love Border Collies?  Then, you will like this video clip with these sneaky canines.  

The new Girl Scout Thin Mint coffee creamer is my new favorite morning habit.  

I am not participating in any Black Friday shopping.  Just too crazy for me!  Shopping on Etsy is more my style.  



Comments

  1. They are fine young men and I know you are proud of them.

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  2. Those are pretty birds, probably taste good to. My girls went out after 5am shopping, I have been putting manure on the garden and prefer that to shopping, I had a brown friday I guess.

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  3. glad your son had a successful hunt. no shopping for me - except maybe on line.

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  4. There are some great black friday deals on-line. The best way to shop!

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  5. When we first moved up here, a Border Collie/Black Lab mix came and refused to leave. She turned out to be the most helpful of all dogs that have lived with us. She was a true country dog and became my constant companion. I think the lab in her tuned down all that border collie energy and made for close to a perfect dog. No shopping for me either, except online.

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  6. No Black Friday for me either. Those folks are crazy! ;-)

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  7. Hey, those boys are good! My compliments!

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  8. When we visited our family in North Dakota, we saw a lot of pheasants running around. We will probably be getting similar photos as hunting is in full swing. Great photo of your son and his friend. Thanks also for the link, I will enjoy it very much. I love collies.

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  9. Cool pic of the boy and their game! Will you be making pheasant for dinner? Sorry I've bugged you about being on your blog list. I know that many people click down and visit blogs on peoples lists. Many of my blog friends use my list for visiting blogs. No worries!

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  10. Congratulations to your son & his friend for their successful hunt! I'm with you on the Black Friday shopping...just a little too wild for my taste. I am going to have to check out Etsy.

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  11. Oh Michelle, Pheasants ALWAYS remind me of my Dad. He was a pro at hunting pheasants and I love eating them. They are much tastier than turkey or duck. Yay for those wonderful hunters you have. I have a new Tutorial posted this evening, ...just as a heads up. Best, Renae

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  12. I love Etsy! I can't stop there often or I will shop.

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  13. Looks like you will be dining in high style this season! So nice to have a good provider in the family! I love the Border Collie video. I can't imagine having 5 of them - one is more energy than I can handle! Yea, Black Friday is for very dedicated shoppers. That's not me. xo

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  14. Hope you and your family had a very Happy Thanksgiving, Michelle! Do you eat the pheasants your son hunted--I wonder how they taste?

    I'm not a Black Friday shopper either. I like Cyber Monday -- much less stress..lol

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  15. I think one could get hurt at those Black Friday shopping sprees ;-0...that is a good hunting photo, my Mom used to cook up pheasants the best of everyone in our family.

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  16. That collie is my favorite type of dog. But alas, they say they do not make great pets.Who would steal the enjoyment of working from such a doggie. My favorite event to watch at Fairs. These collies working. LOVE the music. You do feel a bit of Scotland watching it.

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  17. I need to follow your example and do some Etsy shopping. Much less stressful.

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  18. Good job for your collie, love retriever, have a nice day.

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  19. Best regard from Belgium with my two golden retriever

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  20. Nice shot (no pun intended) At least now I know where all of Minnesota pheasant fled too. We used to have quite a few. Now practically none. Lots of turkeys though. The moral is we got lot of woods left but no sloughs and fencelines...:(

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  21. Love the photo of the boys after the pheasant hunt!

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  22. Looks like they had a great hunt.

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