Monday, September 29, 2008

Terror on the Farm

The fears of farmers and ranchers are real. What are the markets doing? How will the weather effect their crops? What if the animals become sick? Will it be a tough winter? The fears are real. Farmers and ranchers deal with these daily. But one day things became more than they could deal with. The farmers left their fields. They left behind their animals. They were dealing with fears of a new kind. It was more than they could take. There was fright. There was panic...


A giant threat, the likes of which they had never seen before invaded their quiet peaceful farm. As the farmers fled they opened up the gates with the hopes that their animals would run to safety.....
But it was too late. The animals in all their speed were just too slow for such a threat as they encountered. More animals ran. It was a fear they had never known.
Grasping hands tried to help the poor animals...Finally the beast released his grip on the animals and let them all go. Dinosaur control came to help the farmers and the beast was captured. The beast now lives on a Dino preserve west of the county. Security is tight, however it is believed the giant beast has escaped. He was last seen headed to a small cow/calf operation in the area. Be on the lookout and call security if you see the beast. Please call 1-800-NO-DINOS for any report on his whereabouts.

10 comments:

Wrena said...

Absoultly! How devistating!! Love the post! Hope there are no decendants!

Have a great day!

carrielt said...

I think you need a little girl so there isn't so many boyz toyz! Barbies? My Little Ponies? Dolls? :)

Of course I played farm set all the time when I was a kid. Give me trucks and tractors over girl toys!

Judi in PA said...

Girl...I think you have too much time on your hands.(but it still made me laugh and shake my head!)Oh, by the way,tell that son of yours that we have beautiful crop of pencils this year, thanks to the right amount of rain and graphite.

Anonymous said...

Do dinos eat raspberries?? Maybe that is what happened to my crop!!
M-B

Shasta said...

haha!! That's hilarious!

Sharon said...

Enjoyed, but I agree you have to much time on your hands.
Still grinning.
God Bless

Anonymous said...

Just so everyone knows, she has plenty to do and one of them is her favorite- playing with her boys! I think it has something to do with her wanting to re-live her childhood, she always wanted to play little boy games with her brother but he was much bigger and somehow or another she always wound up on the losing end of things!! Now the tables have changed and since she is bigger she thinks she might finally have the upper hand,



but little does she know.....

Lineman

Larsen's in Wyoming said...

You and your boys are very creative and imaginative. Entertaining post!

Wifey said...

I love it! Wish I would play more with Nora. Your post made me laugh. I'm glad someone else has the same thoughts I do sometimes...a true kid at heart. You know kids are usually way more creative than adults. Something happens to us and we lose that creativity. I'm glad you still have it, Carin. :)

Tash said...

This is so funny!! I love it! Life is fragile on the farm!! and not so much!!! I miss you I have just been in a non blogging rut I am sure I will get back. I really want to talk to you about photography I will have to email you. I have a ton on my plate right now...soon!