Saturday, May 7, 2016

thirsty...















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12 comments:

Rita B. said...

awwwwhhhhh. Thank you for helping the critters stay hydrated (and a little spoiled). They're beautiful!

Sam Finn said...

Good to see Xavier again.

Margery Bills said...

Holy crap. Now there is something to do with your gray water. Guess you're not lonely out there.

Janet said...

Looks like Xavier has become a pet pig.

ADP said...

Is there any reason to have wood in the water?

John Wells said...

A lot of bees drown unless there is something floating in the water.

Smack Mama said...

Has Xavier had his toes painted? :)

Ronald Mahan said...

We place a curved log over the edge of all our guzzler basins - so the insects, mice, birds, etc. - will have an escape route - instead of drowning & contaminating the water in the guzzlers. Caution: Do not locate a watering trough or guzzler close to your cabin - because these sources of permanent water also attract DESERT TERMITES. I.E. these critters will also start eating all nearby things made of wood - like cabins! I want to assure all there are lots of desert termites - living in our beautiful Chihuahuan Desert! But you normally only see them living - very close to a permanent source of water!

Bill R said...

Is the character "Javier" played by a single javelina or is he a composite of several?

John Wells said...

...there is but one Javier

Sam Finn said...

Sorry for the "X" Javier.

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