a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Falling

Pecans and Black Walnuts
not these two trimming limbs and patching the roof
after the near accident Thursday.

14 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Safety in numbers - Andrew will keep him safe.

only slightly confused said...

Thank goodness it was tree nuts falling and not the other two lol.

Sandra said...

I hope they are done with the roof top adventure by now and down safe until next time. I love pecans and miss having daddy's 3 trees. he had one with the large pecans and 2 with the small pecans.. I just came in from pick up five avocado that are the same size as the big pecan in your pic. jake is eating them and not supposed to, he finds them in the dark. I have to do avocado patrol

TexWisGirl said...

yes. they need to keep their heads from cracking.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Thank goodness for that. I hope they both stay safe!

Karen S. said...

Two thoughts come to mind looking at the dog's expression, one, is it a ball and they'll throw it, and two, hey take a picture of this cute adorable dog face and not those green things! Really mom.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

It is good for pecans and walnuts, not for husbands and grandsons.

Ginny Hartzler said...

We have these walnut trees everywhere. They are so hard to get inside. We also have a lot of people around here who fall off roofs.

Arkansas Patti said...

Good to know they are still going in pairs. Hope the roof work is done soon so you can exhale.

Harry Flashman said...

Working on the roofs of my buildings is one of my least favorite things in life. I dread it but I have to do it.

When we walk at the park in town, we see those pod looking things. Now I know what they are .

Lowcarb team member said...

Falling is fine for Pecans and Black Walnuts but not for the other two!

Happy weekend wishes

All the best Jan

LindaG said...

We have green ones, too. Lots of bad ones falling. We've only managed about 5 gallons so far. It's still early in the season, but not promising.

Oh well. We will have some to eat, if we decide to keep them.

Blessings to you all, Gail. ♥

Dreaming said...

Certainly good that what should stay up is staying up!
When we lived in SC our squirrels use to toss the walnuts onto the metal roof of the house to crack them. We could hear them land and roll all the way down the rest of the roof. They would also toss them at me when I went out to collect the laundry from the line. I used to "wear" the laundry basket over my head!!

Josie Two Shoes said...

Yes, the only nutty ones we want falling to the ground are these kind, please!!

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