Make ’em work… (part two)

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Tuesday 09 September, 2014 by Uncle Spike

When young Cousin Spike Jnr was, err, much younger, he was often found outside helping the old man with chores around the farm. With plenty of jobs on the go, the extra ‘help’ was always handy (yeah right).

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Help with wood cutting

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Ok so maybe not that much HELP, but fun to look back on all the same 🙂

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Help with hole digging

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13 thoughts on “Make ’em work… (part two)

  1. dayphoto says:

    I love that last photo with just his little head showing!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  2. I suppose in that last picture, it was his idea of hiding, or was he intending to ambush you by grabbing your ankles as you walked past?.

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  3. newbloggycat says:

    Good training ᕙ(`▽´)ᕗ

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  4. fredrieka says:

    always show them the work ethic like momwithoutpaws has shown me woof

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  5. The Rider says:

    Send him over here, I can use an experienced farm hand in my little vegetable patch….

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