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What do you get...

when you give a Woodchuck a big hill, even bigger rocks?


And a Bike.....



















Did I mention that the rock was really big.

Update: The bike is just fine, thank you very much.

Comments

Rogue Squirrel said…
Is that a leg...

or a ham hock???
Rogue Squirrel said…
If it's a ham hock, I'll take mine with some black eyed peas and a splash of vinegar...

If it's a leg, I suggest smoking it over hickory for 4 hours around 250 degrees. Basted in I2PA of course, we're not cretens around here.
Rogue Squirrel said…
Stupid question, but are those gear teeth marks? Didn't your mother teach you how to stuff your pant leg into your sock to keep that from happening? Next thing you'll tell use is you were adjusting the playing card in your spokes to makes more of a motorcycle sound.

:-)
Woodchuck said…
You can do that with cards?

No really, I think that happened when I was upside down and the bike came down from above. Just a guess here.
Travel said…
As long as the bike is ok, you'll heal. Remember to keep the bottom of the big round black things on the bottom the next time.

TR
Me said…
Might I suggest we spice up the story a bit? Shall we say it includes a mountain lion and really sharp claws?

It could pass!
Kelsgarden said…
show off
Bert said…
Nice tattoo

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