BON CHEW & COWCOW

to a new epawsode of Angel Sammys and Teddys Pawetaton in pigtures….look what they found for this week…

do you want to hear a scary story?

thrilling and interesting, but not much gory?

So there was a girl who walked through forest and prairie,

till she discovered an old cemetery.

The girl watched that place where they once buried fleash and bone

and suddenly she noticed that she is alone.

She tried to run away with power and steam,

because at such places no one will hear you scream.

sadly she wore chinese plastic kicks

and the way was muddy and not plastered with bricks.

it’s not smart to run through mudd

and so the girl landed on her butt.

Butt she made it home even full of fear,

let’s hope that no ghost was following her…

…let’s do some history research for that….

…the cemetry is from 1720 for jewish people who settled in this area in 1708. there are 155 tomb stones and the last funeral happened there in 1932.  There is also the grave of the Simson family, the famous gun makers whose name is still well known by hunters and sporting marksmen. The brothers Loeb and Moses Simson founded their business in 1856 and became big during the  wars of 1866 and 1871. After making weapons they also started to make bikes, prams  and even cars. During the Third Reich, the Simsons were ousted, the factory became a part of Wilhelm Gustloff foundation and produced only war material during WWII. After war, the factory was demounted by russian occupying  forces and became a part of a russian stock company. With the  collapsing of the socialist camp, the factory was sold some times till it ended as a small business what still makes parts for the bicycles what were produced there once… It is sad to hear that something what was big once and what was a work place for thousands of people became something you have to google if you want to know more. And it sounds like bitter irony that in the year of the crash of this business, a  driver on a bike made by this factory became world champion at WEC.

The mama said to remember Loeb&Moses, her first shotgun will be a Simson Standard, if she ever can pass the  exam for the game license. They are rare now, butt the gun makers, like Merkel and Adamys  who are still in business in this area will find her one. And even if her hunter friends are right and she will not hit a barn door with that ole clapper, the mama will buy it as a statement for all things what disappear just because they fit not longer to the opinion of people who think their asses are glued to the drivers seats forever.

….and as she came home from her exploration a rainbow appeared… that means the pakt is sealed…

HAVE A PAWETIC THURSDAY ALL

 

 

 

 

 

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Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner... About us: Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...

22 responses »

  1. Ann Adamus says:

    Oh dear, little June read your poem, now she is a scaredy cat, hiding in the closet. On the other paw, this humom loves spooky stories and is still wandering amongst those graves…
    On a different note: FANGSK for the history (good stuff), now to googly research; could
    (seriously) gun maker Adamys be a long lost relative ??? we do know the spelling was changed way back when landing at Ellis Island …

  2. We’d suggest the Mama keeps away from guns if she’s a crap shot 😀

  3. Yipes….never walk through a cemetery even in boots – there are too many ghosties and goblins there to scare a little girl (or even a big one). As for The Mama getting a gun – I would suggest your Dad build a gun case for that with an impossible to remember special lock on it because guns and Moms seldom are a good combination!!!! EEEEEEEK!

    Hugs, Teddy and Mom

  4. I was fascinated with cemeteries when I was little… strange I know. In college I had a cemetery I visited regularly… it was so peaceful there.

  5. Hari Om
    I too am one who finds peace in graveyards… on bright sunny days. And am glad I am not the first to start shaking at the thought of your mama and guns coming together! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
    (who really appreciated the history BTW)

  6. Your poem is great, and why do we think maybe another one about the Mama’s adventures? Our Mom loves going through old cemeteries too and trying to read the stones. And that rainbow! We’ve never seen one from that angle before. Have a good rest of the week. XOX Xena and Lucy

  7. Brian says:

    That was good boys and the history lesson was super cool.

  8. Bravo bravo to da Mama on da poem Excellent and very visual.
    BOL BOL your Mama and a shotgun would surely be a story worth hearing.
    I agree with Brian great to learn new things when one is very old.
    Hugs Cecilia

  9. Plastic Chinese kicks are NEVER good for making a safe, quick escape. Ghosts, monsters, and bad guys always hope that’s what their victims are wearing. #badfashionchoice

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  10. That’s a great poem and we liked the history lesson too. We’re just a bit scared of the thought of your mom wielding a shotgun. You boys best stay behind her when that happens. BOL!

  11. That looks like a scary place. We’re not so sure about your Mama and a gun.

  12. Interesting historical info about Simson. European cemeteries are fascinating places. I walked through a tiny one in a small Austrian village and was surprised by some of the ‘inhabitants.’

  13. Jan K says:

    Your Mama is a good woman to want to support an important historical company like that. Times change and often not in a good way.

  14. We love your poem and we really liked the story of the Loeb & Moses Simson factory. So many things happened that should not have. We live in an area that has tons of history and the population here was thousands larger than it is now. As the old people pass, things get forgotten. We think your Mom is brave to want to by one of those old guns. It would be a family Heirloom!

  15. Such a great poem today boys, and a very interesting cemetary!!

  16. ****APAWSS APAWSS**** da Phenny an da Nelly on a smashin poe-em!!! Youss’ are so tallented!
    An Aunty Katty LadyMew was toetallee impressed reedin ’bout THAT Cemmytary an THE Simsonss! Shee meowed to mee how impawtent they were so many yeerss ago….
    An shee said shee wuud love to vissit THAT Cemmytary!
    **purrss** BellaDharma an ❤ LadyMew

  17. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    I enjoyed the poem and the history behind it. If your mum wants that gun she should get it. Have some lessons to so she is safe with it, and she may become a good shot. I used to do a lot of clay pigeon shooting years ago and was usually the best shot in our group.

  18. Lee and Phod says:

    We loved your poem. Fun fact, our Lady loves cemeteries.

  19. Marsha Gay says:

    That story gave us a shudder.

  20. Yikes, glad no spooks followed your Mama home…
    Yes that was a tale of the good old days, and we have much to learn from them, we should not ever forget those things, but sadly a lot don’t think its important at all. Go ahead and get your license and training for the special gun…(if not , just get the gun and keep it safe in a display case, LOL!)

  21. The OP Pack says:

    Nice but scary poem, boys. Thanks for the history on that cemetery. We love learning about things like that. And we hope the ghosts all stayed away.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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