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Saturday, October 17, 2009

One of my friends....

The smell of fall is in the air.....




Have you ever gotten "the look" from a pig? :)


18 comments:

Shandy said...

Cute pig, dirty snout =). Love your blog, just amazing!

Bushman said...

No.....
But I think I just did. LOL
No luck bow hunting but I did sell a duplicate of my smoke shack. I rigged this one with an interior electrical outlet for a burner and a light complete with switch. Shingled roof too!!

Chris said...

Funny! My mom had a pet pig named Pookie when she was growing up on the farm and yes, they did eat Pookie at the end of the year.

I just don't know if I could slaughter it once I named it, unless I named it something like Bacon, Fatty, or Spare Rib :)

Rothe Homestead Farm said...

Looks like he's afraid of becoming breakfast, lunch and dinner!! :)


Gene

Big Dude said...

Yum - BBQ on the hoof - unless it's a pet of course.

A Year on the Grill said...

well, I don't get to (have to) look my meat in it;s eyes... But I certainly deserve to get "the look"

Anonymous said...

It's Babe!! Or is it Charlotte? Nope...it's dinner :)

MrD

cowgirl said...

Thank you Shandy! Thanks for stopping by too! :)

cowgirl said...

Shoot Bushman, that's great! Bet you could sell several of your smokers, they sound nice...good luck to ya! :)

cowgirl said...

lol Chris, I like the name Pookie! :)
If I name mine, it's usually Ham, Bacon, etc.. I did have an Ivana once.. lol She ended up in the freezer. :)

cowgirl said...

Gene, I think he knows I'm up to something!!!

cowgirl said...

Dude, this one is food.
It's hard for some to accept...but this is where their bacon/hams come from.
I'm sure you already knew that! :)

Frugal Canadian Hermit said...

Nice try Piggy, now jump yourself into that smoker. lol. I don't know about you Jeanie, but I would have hard time doin that one up actually, but thats just me.

cowgirl said...

lol David!

cowgirl said...

lol Mr D! You're right! :)

cowgirl said...

Mark, it IS hard. I've shed more than one tear over my livestock.

Don't tell anyone, but sometimes raising your own food isn't easy. :)

Mrs. JP said...

I don't know. I've looked at pigs, I'm sure they've looked at me! We had a vicious mama hog one time, she could give you a look and pop those jaws and you knew she meant business. In fact, she had my sister-in-law clinging from the rafters of the hog house one time. Funny story.

cowgirl said...

lol Mrs JP! I can just picture that! lol
Those mama sows can get pretty mean and whoda thunk they could run so fast! lol
Keeps me on my toes. :)