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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Steel Head, Nov 14, 2012.
I love when there are furry friends at job sites
Chocolate labs-My personal favorite
Kibbles and bits...more kibbles and bits, got any??
More friends on jobsites
One of the dogs I walk is from a doctors office. He lives there all day ( belongs to the doc), and the patients ADORE him.
I'm not so sure what's so special about having Sarah Jessica Parker at your job site...
Another job site.
I don't know about you guys but I think this horse is awesome lookin
How about unfriendly job sites? I've wrangled at least a dozen racoons and now one opossum with this grabber.
He looks like Karl from Die Hard.
This super cool lil gal is watching me and my shovel monkey work today.
One of our equipment managers has a Shepard mix that comes to work every day. She's in the office about 25% of the time and spends the rest of the day riding around the ranch in his truck and chasing rabbits and squirrels through the fields. I'd kill for that kind of schedule
She wasn't that friendly (because she had babies up there).
I would be tempted to take that one home with me.....
Another furry friend coming over for a visit!
I caught an iguana at our office complex once. (behind the dumpster) That was weird.
Your visitors look friendlier.
He reminds me of the dog that lived at the farm in the valley, when I was a kid. Once or twice a week he would hike up the hill and make his rounds and scratch on each door in our subdivision, for treats. Everyone liked him and some people with no pets would keep dog biscuits by their door for when Sugarfoot showed up.
If we were playing in the street, he would stick around all day. He would find and retrieve our baseballs if we hit them into the jagger patch over the hill.
That pink eyed horse creeps me out.