Monday, July 16, 2012

The Adventures of Doughboy & Remy: The Great Escape



As I mentioned in my Canada Day post, Doughboy somehow escaped from the Sunbeam on the counter and appeared here:


How it happened, we didn't know. Until now...
(press play on The Great Escape music link at right)



We didn't notice anything out of the ordinary on the kitchen counter...



We didn't even hear any scampering across the backsplash...


But Doughboy must have known he was coming. It was none other than...


Remy. Of Ratatouille fame.



A quick zipline escape to the waiting getaway car...



And they made a run for the front door!



Doughboy gave one glance back... at least we think it was Doughboy...



He lost his disguise on the sharp left turn.



They headed for the flower bed at high speed.



Doughboy & Remy laid low overnight being careful to avoid detection by local hares and magpies. (They can make a heck of a mess out of vinyl and stuffys).



The next thing we knew Doughboy had taken a new post on the kitchen corner cupboard. Remy, well, we're not sure where he's hiding. We are a little nervous about where he'll turn up next. Stay tuned for the next exciting adventure of Doughboy & Remy, Small Chefs at Large.


Credits
Doughboy..... himself
Remy.......... himself

Miss Macy.... Stylist, Idea Queen & Stunts
Tracy...... Photographer & Blog

Special thanks to Max for not chewing any of the actors.

Linking up to:


Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special

20 comments :

  1. oh my gosh that was good, I'm hoping for more thrilling episodes!!

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  2. You're killing me here. ROTFL Love it!

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  3. And the award goes to............Crow's Feet Chic!

    Silliness at its best! I knew Doughboy was up to something. He just needed a partner in crime and Remy was the man......er mouse.....rat?

    I'm sure we'll be seeing more escapades of the daunting duo. Award winners always have sequels, don't they?

    I think you make a great mother/daughter team. Fabulous story line, photography, and imagination are key!

    *I'm taking a break from the still 95 degree day at Bayfield. Thanks for the entertainment girls. :@

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  4. Fabulous! I look forward to Doughboy & Remy's next adventure.

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  5. More! More! More! Oh my, I love this <3
    Anybody else cracked up over the flying moustache and sunglasses?

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  6. hahaha...your house must be sooo fun!! love the show!
    I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

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  7. Best ever! I'm hooked! The shot with the disguise is too funny and then they drove off into the flower bed... ah, ha, ha...

    Liz

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  8. What a cute post! Thanks for sharing these creative funny scenes.

    Jody

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  9. Ha! I saw one of these dough boy dolls recently when out window shopping the antiques mall... I didn't look at the price. I just picked him up and gave him a squeeze...and said...woo-hoo!

    ;) loved your little adventure complete with action music! It was like being there! Pat

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  10. This is fantastic, I love it!!! Thanks so much for sharing and I am a new follower!
    Hope you have a great weekend!!!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.com

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  11. So so cute I have the dough boy and girl picked up at the GW a few weeks ago dated 1971 and pd $2 for both

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  12. I forgot to ask you when I was reading before if you know how much you paid for that old mixer on your counter. I just saw one at a consignment store the other day and they wanted $35. The store was pricey in general, and I'm really cheap so it seemed really high to me, but I haven't seen any others around at garage sales to compare to. Just wondering

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    1. Actually, I didn't pay a cent for mine Liz, because it was my great grandmother Eliza Anne's. My grandmother gave it to them on their 40th anniversary, which would have been in 1946. :)

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  13. Ha ha! Brilliant! This is too funny seriously! The glance back is priceless. You should do more of these - totally put a grin on my face.

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  14. Hysterical and so creative. I MUST send this link to my brother, who made all my stuffed animals into a "cookie stealing gang" when I was a kid. My poor Mom would find them in different cabinets with their hands, heads, etc. . . in the cookies! My sock monkey was the leader! Oh good memories. . . Lol! Can't wait for the next installment.

    I guess it goes without saying that I am now following your blog. When you meet a kindred spirit you simply must become friends. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  15. What a cute post!
    Saw you featured at The North End Loft.
    Debbie :)

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  16. Oh my. Thanks for the smiles...I love this story! :)
    Have a great weekend!
    Kelly

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  17. OK...... this is too flipping funny. The look on his mustachioed face........ priceless. Love it all, can't wait for another installment, I mean I just read the second one, when's the book come out?

    ~Bliss~

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