You Might Be A Redneck

Images from:

1 Dadof4 (Dallas Redneck)
2 seaoh (Smokey Robins, Robin Courose, Bird Rynolds)
3 Mickey Moussaoui
5 Truckbuddy (Snake)
6 Claudia (Turkey) Pretty large Tom Turkey grazing on the bugs in the lawn. Sorry for the blurry pic, but I had to use zoom on my phone camera.
7 Tim (Racoon) Coon Face in Door

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Use ‘Critters’ in the subject line. Include your screen name in the body of the email. Tell me the name of your critter so I can include it with your screen name. Let us know in the comments any other info you want to share!

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  • Scaredy Cats, er, Dogs, um, Critters – Please have your pictures in to me by Friday Noon. – Critters afraid of thunder or other loud noises


17 Comments on You Might Be A Redneck

  1. “If your front porch collapses and kills more than three dogs…

    …you just might be a Redneck.”


  2. We were sitting on the front steps one day a couple weeks ago, that snake went right behind my wife’s feet. Didn’t say a word until it passed, and she still managed to step on its tail. It’s about 5 feet long. Sucker coiled up but she got out of the way.

    Thanks Claudia, I’m a redneck.

  3. If you can identify three patterns of camo by name you might be a redneck, if you can identify four you are definitely a redneck.

  4. I resemble that remark.
    I have been thinking lately that I need to move deeper into the forest to get further from the crazies.
    Happy Sunday Claudia!

  5. You might not be a redneck if:
    you cant take a leak off your back deck or porch
    you don’t have more the three calibers of ammunition
    you can’t run a chainsaw or properly swing a hammer…
    vote democrat

  6. There are turkeys all over the place here. I’m feeding a mama raccoon with a litter. Snakes are small and rarely encountered (thank God). There hasn’t been a bear in the vicinity in a hundred years. Thank God the pigs haven’t made it here (at least not yet).

  7. Mornin’ everyone, great pics.

    I was not born a redneck per se? But I think I wanna become one…especially after that trip!

    Thanks C!

  8. Happy Sunday! May the Lord bless us and all the critters of the earth!
    Thanks Claudia 🕊️❤️🙏

  9. Except for the bear, all those could be like Thursday around here.
    The most excitement since I moved here, a Brahma bull in the garden.
    He cleared the 4 foot fence gracefully. It’s 9 feet now, jump that one, no deer, no bull.
    We have a fawn that has taken up residence, not in the garden, momma can’t even clear that.
    The does leave it here, hiding until they get back.
    Thanks for all you do, Claudia.

  10. aw hell, I had a hawk screeching in a tree branch in my backyard for 30 minutes on Thursday evening. Took pics and video. I didn’t think to send them to Claudia

  11. @ OTD AUGUST 9, 2020 AT 10:03 AM

    Likely won’t be able to clear a nine foot fence, but to my utter amazement I watched a couple black tail does go over an eight foot solid lock wire fence a couple years ago. I was watching them hanging out under some apple trees that had been fenced off and they trotted over and jumped the fence and walked off.


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