Monday, May 11, 2009

Swimming Lessons: Branta Canadensis

Hey, Blog-Buddies!



Buster, logging in, with a brief report on my second-favorite subject: SWIMMING!

My first-favorite subject, as you know with tedious certainty, is chasing my yellow Wilson-Ball around the back-yard until it looks like the aftermath of the Bikini Atoll tests.

Anyway--I was honored to observe a first-class piece of tutelage in the fine art of aquatic propulsion this afternoon. In fact, it was a masterpiece! Observe:





This was followed by "Part II:
Synchronized Swimming!"






It took me days to master the dog-paddle. These little guys, aged precisely one week, learn fast! Well almost as fast as...THE MASTER:




Little Toot, a.k.a. Ms. Bailey Blue, Mistress of the Seas!

I can't wait to head north and go to the Pond!

Your faithful correspondent,

theBuster

10 comments:

Faya said...

Oh so nice and cute....how do they do that ??? I am 3 and still cannot swim....bouhouhouuuuu
Kisses, Faya

Asta said...

Buster
That was pawtastic..they awe such good students , imitating theiw Mom in evewy move..I love it when they do theiw ballet movew flapping theiw awms and standing on toe!
I would love to see the MASTEW MS BLue in pawson..I bet she is a bootiful sight.

smoochie kisses
ASTA
pee ess I love youw flowews along the side of youw bloggie

karensbrae said...

You look so cool out there in the water!!
xx

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Amber-Mae said...

OMD! Aren't those chickadees just the cuterest? They look tasty too. Hee!

Smoochies,
Solid Gold Dancer

Sue said...

Hello to our Kerry cousins. We have a special award for you waiting on our blog. Come visit us and collect it.

Penny, Poppy & Patches said...

You could learn a lot from those duckies! We don't know if any of us know how to swim since we've never been to any water deeper than a mud puddle!

Aire-hugs,
Poppy, Penny & Patches

TwoSpecialWires said...

We don't know how to swim yet... but maybe we'll learn someday. In the meantime, we're hoping we get to see the baby geese on our pond, but based on the coyote sounds we've been hearing at night...we may not. That makes us sad. But Mom says, "That's nature." We'll just have to come and look at your videos over and over!

Jake and Fergi

Molly and Taffy said...

Buster

Swimming is the best followed by a good shake over the hoomans.

We have an award for you on our blog, please do pop over and collect it.

Molly and Taffy

Clive said...

We're really impressed with your swimming!

I don't like the water at all - even the rain!

lots of woofs
Clive