Saturday, January 25, 2014

First Sign of Spring?





Spring cannot be far away when the Banana Peel Trees begin to blossom.

Dexter done!

32 comments:

  1. Oh, Dexter...you's a hoot! BUTT you're right! Banana flowers mean SPRING! :)

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  2. Gasp! I have never seen a Banana Peel Tree! I have seen banana peels on the OFFMAGGIENOOFF counters, but never growing out in the wild like that! I'll have to keep my eyes peeled for them.
    Oh. Ha. "My eyes peeled". I must go tell Zim that one!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  3. hello dexter its dennis the vizsla dog hay i think that banana tree bloomd too erly or sumthing it duz not luk happy!!! thank yoo and mango momma for yore kind thawts abowt my brother tucker we wil miss that boy!!! ok bye

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  4. Wow. I don't think we have banana peel trees here. I wonder if that means that spring will never come to our part of the world.... Oh, wait, it's January and it's getting up to 40 degrees during the day; I guess spring is already here. You know, until winter returns!

    *kissey face*
    -Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus

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  5. Spring.... SPRING.... that word sounds so.... APPEALING to us right now... WE are in the middle of a Snow Storm... With FALLING TEMPS... Wait until you see our post on Tuesday...

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  6. Wow...we miss so much here by not having seasons!! That banana peel tree was a great find Dex!
    Smileys!
    Dory

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  7. Bwahaahaa! Don't think so, mate!

    Oh, and that banana is blossoming in the wrong direction, or is that a northern hemisphere banana?

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  8. Clover once found a hot-dog on a bun with mustard tree and thought she had died and gone to heaven. I, on the other hand, almost slipped a disc trying to get to it before she did!! Stay warm!!

    Come by and enter my giveaway .. have some yummy Nutro Treats that I'm giving away this week.

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  9. be careful you don't 'slip up' on your predictions of an early spring

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  10. Er Dexter, time to take a horticulture class?
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  11. Nice find Dex. We don't have them trees here. We do occasionally find pieces of cake or french bread on our walks round the block. Yummm.

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  12. Dude! I did not know banana peel trees even grew that far north!

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  13. I suppose such trees only grow in colder climates. Glad spring is coming to you. Haven't seen any signs of it here.

    Garth

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  14. Hahaha... You and your mom have a great sense of humor, Dexter.

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  15. Oh Dex....you still make us laugh too.

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  16. That made me giggle! Your mom has a fabulous sense of humor!

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  17. You are too funny, Dexter! haha

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  18. BOL!!!!! I gots to get me one of those!!!
    Come on over Dex, it's been 'spring' all month...
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  19. Run, Dexter, run! Those bananers are evil!

    Harlow

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  20. We did not know dat banana peel trees growed in Massy-Chew-Sits, you is lucky! :)

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae and Max

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  22. Thanks for the giggle! You gotta be careful around those banana peel trees. You never know what could happen once they start dropping to the ground.

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  23. Lol! I didn't know those existed! Wish we would have some signs of Spring like that!

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  24. Nooooooooooooooooooooo. That means we are getting closer to Autumn and then Winter. Noooooooooooooooo.
    No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

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  25. I wish! It's stinking freezing here. It's even too cold for the human to go cross country skiing or te fur babies to go for long walkies. Send some our way.

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  26. LOL!!!! That is hilarious!

    Although part of me is a little outraged that someone would leave their banana peel like that. You put a nice, funny spin on it though! :)

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  27. Oh yes, I has heard all about that banana peel tree. We sometimes find the banana peel bush!
    Personally Mum says she relies more on snowdrops but the nose knows, right Dex!
    ~Lickies, Ludo

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  28. Absolutely. You're one smart Labradude, Dex!

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  29. Wow, Your banana peel tree is fruiting already!!
    Wonders and Joy :D

    Wyatt

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