Friday, May 27, 2011

5150

Someone brought these home from the feed store. The feed store guys know us on sight by name and number (see title) and assured him that I would love them.

After picking my chin up off the floor, I do! But what in the world am I going to do with ducks? Give them a bath, of course.




They're currently on sale at Nilsens in Eureka. Buy 2, and get one free. Hurry on in now and tell them 5150 sent you.

9 comments:

  1. That made lol! They're adorable!!! Had to laugh at your 5150 too. You two are so funny!!

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  2. Fifteen years ago we had a couple of geese move in with us. I named them "Christmas" and "Thanksgiving". They would follow me around, honking quietly with their heads cocked sideways asking "What 'cha doing, Bill?"

    They would chase and try to bite my wife.

    I really miss those geese...

    Bill

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  3. There's a reason that Mom named them Thanksgiving and Christmas - 'cause that's when we were going to eat them!

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  4. That's hilarious, what a number. And you're right, YaYa would adore them.

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  5. Yep, a little older plus an orange sauce and they will be perfect.

    Cute.

    Dan

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  6. We've had some 5150 moments over the years......ducks, turkeys and geese!

    They are cute............

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  7. Growing up I had a female Mallard named Molly. I used to walk her to the watering trough so she could dive and swim and eat all living things in there. She was a slug-eating phenomenon, consuming so many her bill would be glued closed and I would clean her off so she could go at them some more. I did the same thing, gave her a bath when I first got her home!

    Well. They are really really really cute. Have fun!

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  8. I love ducks!!!
    My niece and I had 2 for pets as we were growing up. we lived 2 blocks apart, and we'd walk our ducks down the street to see each other. they were named Delbert and Daffney!
    - The Equestrian Vagabond

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