Saturday, February 4, 2012

Ride like the wind, Bullseye!

Yes, we at Dr. Grumpy are now featuring all kinds of fun outdoor activities.

Thank you, Tab!

16 comments:

Dan S said...

"Never shake the bucket of
nuts before you're tied to
the yak rope."

Great advice, that!

bobbie said...

I can see where your skills would be in demand, Dr, G... either by the yak, or by the skier!!

Andrew_M_Garland said...

I wonder what the "skier" is supposed to do at the top of the hill as he approaches the pulley?

RSDS said...

A clarification for those that do not know what pony nuts are; they are pelleted horse food, usually alfalfa based.

WV: doostype
Doostype people ski with yaks.

katydogcrazy said...

"Mr Dorje's advice is: "Never shake the bucket of nuts before you're tied to the yak rope." "

Always good advice.

jimbo26 said...

Like it . LOL

Anonymous said...

When did you move your yak herd from Mongolia to India? And you never told us that you were actually from Tibet! You must be very fit from climbing uphill in the snow all winter. I suppose it's bad luck if they break arms or legs, but at least you can do some interesting research about neurological deficits caused by cracking their skulls against that tree.

Anonymous said...

I think I will stick to my motorcycle, thank you very much.

Whizzed said...

I must show my Doc your blog he will probably not approve of an MD doing one; but his kids will rectify that, They'll like it like I do

Pam said...

Sounds like a epitaph to me.

Anonymous said...

... Is April Fool's Day early this year?

Margaret said...

"Never shake the bucket of
nuts before you're tied to
the yak rope."

This statement is deep in so many ways.

C said...

Wow, I can't wait to tell people at work that I am planning this for my next vacation. They already think I am a lunatic because I do not just go to Disney, but once I tell them about the pony nuts, they will seriously think about having me institutionalized...what would work better- powder skis or telemarks? Even more fun would be calling my insurance to see if I would be covered. Is THIS out of net work?

Francine said...

*facepalm*

Anonymous said...

Pavlovian yaks?

pygmy rattler said...

Would pecans work?

 
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