Butt it's really all about ME - Otto
You get prizes for those? We got like a gazillion of them!
Wow! That is huge....XXXOOO Daisy, kendra & Bella
Wow I think I might be scared if I saw that on a walk. Worse than a thistle!Toodle pip! Bertie.
Now that looks totally different than our world.
Gismo is a very smart guy to admire it from afar! Those things are like a ball of swords! Beautiful to gaze at though :DWaggin at ya,Roo
I would sooooo hate to accidently run into dat thingamabob...dat would totaly be a pain in my butt.But Gizmo looks handsome as evers in dat foto.Puddles
What's a Yucca? That thing looks big!
Wow!! I've never seen a Yucca before... makes me want to go for a drive and visit somewhere were I could find that!!Jen and the BDC
That sure is cool! It looks so warm and sunny, unlike here. Enjoy!Your pal, Pip
That's huge!!! Gizmo is so clever, he knew where to post for this picture.Beware of the pointed leaves!!!
That is one Big Yucca!Thanks for the welcome back. Busy catchin up wiff everyone.Big Nose PokesThe Thugletsx
Gizmo is saying get the lead out folks the view up here fabulous!!!Great picture.Madi and Mom
What a great photo - reminds my Mom of home.
What a furry cool picture!Rudy's Raiser
Don't get too close to that spiny devil, Gizmo!Stumpy and me
We love seeing photos of your terrain there, hope Gizmo stays away from the pricklies.Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
I never saw one of dos before's. Can I eats it?
WOWZERS! I have never seen one of those before!
What a nice plant!Licks,Ruthie
GizmoDid you gwow that youwself?Pawsome yucca..you'we suwe to get a pwize fow that!!!!thank you fow asking about Mommi. She is getting bettew..not fast enuff fow hew, but it's in the wight diwectionsmoochie kissesASTA
That Yucca plant is HOOOOOOGE. I LOVE to see them bloom.. candles they call them.. I think.
What excellent gardening skills he has!
It looks very warm there!
What a cool plant! That's something that mom doesn't have in her garden!Love ya lots,Maggie and Mitch
whoa, gizmo, that yucca is HOOGE! you know what it kinda looks like, though? a big birdie with it's hiney tail feathers all stickin' out every which way. teeheehee!*woof*the booker man
Last year, during a vacation in the desert, I read a warning to mountain bikers not to fall on yucca because it can kill you. I guffawed. Then, I touched the end of one those razor sharp leaves. It might be true!Gizmo looks awesome!
That thing is HUGE! Wow! I am impressed! What have you been feeding that thing?Bunny
We have some awards for you on our blog!Licks,Ruthie
Pawesome!Happy Wednesday to all of you!Kisses and hugsLorenza
Isn't the desert delightful this time of year?
That thing is HUGE! I don't know what I'd do if I came across that!Happy St. Paddy's Day to all three of you :)
Hi Y'all,Just stopped to wish y'all happy St Patrick's Day! What beauties...both Gizmo and the Yucca!Y'all come back now,Hawk aka BrownDog
Hi guys! Thanks fur dropping by my blog. That's a huge prize you got right there. The hammies will look like ants next to it, hehe.Following you back! ;)Woofs,Pepsi
& thanks fur the get well kisses to Chubbs, he really needs em'.
Wow! That is HUGE!
Thanks for stopping by!! It's nice to know someone from LA...espcially when that LA doesn't mean Lower Alabama!! :)
We love the snow, but Mom is jealous of desert-y pictures. She grew up in a ginormous desert, and still longs for warm places where things like that grow! (Actually, nothing like that grew in Saudi Arabia, but she still likes deserts!)*kissey face*-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus
That is the biggest yucca I have ever seen! Hi Gizmo :)
just think how persuasive like we could be if me 'n asa got together with ya'll, and we gave the mega googley eyes to our hoomans ALL AT ONCE. i think we could totally get steaks 'n cake out of it. yup.*woof*the booker man
Ouch! I'd hate to run into that prickly customer!
I hope all you dawling Wotties awe having a most wondewful weekendsmoochie kissesASTA
A weird and curious plant thing. None of those in these parts.Slobbers,Mango
Wow. you sure have a beautiful place to run around in love it ;)Have a good weekSee Yea George xxx
Hi! Thanks for stopping by. We have so much rain in Portland, that I HAVE to love it. Well, at least the mud-puddles it leaves behind. But, it doesn't rain that much in LA, so I can see why your bro didn't want his paws wet! The high desert has it's own charm though (Mom lived there once). We have a few yucca here, but nothing a spectacular as that one!
I loved you blue slipper story. That is very true. Our first cat got totally bent out of shape when I bought new rugs to put in front of the sink and fridge....I just love all furbabies they add so much to our lives.Hugs Madi and Mom
GizmoIt was sweet of all you wotties to come and help me pay twiboote to my fwiend Lenny. I wish you would have known him. He was wondewful. I hate all the losses and changes, and Mommi gets vewy teawy, but you and I know that it's the quality of ouw lives and not the time that countssmoochie kissesASTA
Wow, Gizmo - that is a tall plant!! In fact, it almost looks like a Plant Monster! Does it have spiky bits? I see that you haven't got too close! I think I would be scared if I saw that on my walk! :-) Slobbers,Honey the Great Dane
thanks for stopping by rottyBenny & Lily
I am so thrilled to find a new Rottie blog!! It seems there aren't that many and your Rottie's are gorgeous. We lost our big girl in September, so our blog is all about the Cav's now, but I am a Rottie girl at heart. The lessons we learned from her are still on our blog any time before 9/8/2010, we would love to have you visit us! My next dog will be a Rottie, and I can't wait for the day a big goof of a Rottie girl fills our home again. Until then I just live vicariously through all the pics and stories I can find online.LOL (I can't sign in w/ our current URL so I'll leave it here, hope thats ok! http://www.lessonsfrom4legs.com)
Wow, do you have a green thumb - er, paw! Impressive plant.Jed & Abby
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