Sunday, September 12, 2010

Brunhilda and Borris in "Bears at the Cabin"


Brunhilda and Borris Bearsaltandpepper, but you may call us Brunhilda and Borris Bearsaltandpepper, coming to you ONE LAST TIME from our beloved northwoods.

Our bags are packed,
We're ready to go.
We're standin' here outside your door,
We hate to wake you up to say good-bye!
But we're leavin'
On a jet plane - - - - -

OOOPS, wrong mode of transportation

In a big truck
Don't know when we'll be back again,
Oh peeps we hate to go!!!!

Some of you may be thinkin' "Good riddance to bad rubbish!"

Well, that's OK, don't'cha know! We have had fun documenting this vacation up north and that's all that really matters. Besides - - - we've heard from Michael Moohre and HE is asking for the rights to our documentary, so there.

Before we leave, we thought we'd just show you a bit of what we did at the cabin in between our various adventures out and about the northwoods.

One day ma tried on Miss Keetha's THONG. Oh, you young whipper snappers probably call that a flip flop, but back in our day we called it a thong.

I believe Hildy could've gone SURFING in that thing.

I tried to jump into one of the Euchre games. Trouble was, I didn't know the rules. When I was dealt this hand I just wasn't sure what to do, so I passed.

"You Yellow Bellied Sap-Sucker!" ma shouted. "If you pass on THAT hand you're a total gutless ninny. Even Miss Keetha would 'go alone' with THAT."

So - - - I gave up cards for the rest of the vacation.

Course as you already know, we spent lots of time helping Miss Keetha blog.

I never knew before how much WORK there is to blogging.

Pose for the pictures.

Edit the pictures.

Resize the pictures.

Write the blog post.

Publish the blog post.

WAIT for the comments to come pouring in.

This blogging business really wasn't vacation for us - - - so we're gonna be REAL glad to turn it back over to Miss Keetha when we get home.

We also tried our paws at jig-saws.

Hildy didn't last long. She tried to make any old piece fit just by smashing it down hard with her paw. She soon got bored with that and went on to other pursuits - - - like boating.

I really liked doing the jig saws - - -

And helped Miss Keetha with a couple before I just couldn't bear it anymore. She didn't mind, she just kept churning them out without me - - - nine altogether.

Just look at this!!! Miss Keetha bought some of our family from the old Ben Franklin to take home with us!!! This is our Aunt Cookie Jarbear with her three cubs; Choocolate, Chip, and Brownie. Do they remind you of anything?

And now it truly is time for us to say "au revoir."

As our Canadian friend, Red Green, says: "Keep your stick on the ice!"

(First posted at The Eclectic Company on July 24, 2009)


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