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Monday, March 10, 2008

SOME FURRY CRITTERS!!















While out yesterday enjoying the day, here are a few shots of some of the critters we came upon................some wild, and some not-so-wild!! Isn't the baby shaggy cow precious????!!!!!!

8 comments:

<---That Girl said...

Wow...is this on your property or from a wildlife park or something?? Amazing! I get excited if I see a squirrel or a plain old every day bird *L* I'd probably be squealing if I saw all these!

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Thanks for stopping by again!! No, not on my property!! Although we live in a neighborhood, we do have a couple red fox that like to visit, and squirrels and bunnies, and lots of birds!! These are country animals, and we have deer and elk all over. The shaggy cows were on a ranch that we passed by. Thanks for looking again!! Hugs, Trudy

<---That Girl said...

ahh I see! Where you had that hawk outside your window, then these shots I thought for sure you must live on the prairie *s*

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

I wish!! HA!! I'd love to have a ranch/farm, with lots of critters, both wild and domestic...but..haven't won the lottery, and would need lots of ranch hands to help manage and care for my menagerie!! :)

Mermaid Queen said...

Trudy, I have to go to the San Diego Wild Animal park, and you only have to go to your backyard! Wonderful photos again my dear. OX ~Martha

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Kinda like that, Martha!! I love it!! Almost like being back in Alaska!! However, there are some hazards around...like becoming a feast for a mountain lion....and the off chance of meeting a bear....two events I don't care to be a part of!! Thanks for visiting again!! **Trudy**

Soft in the Head said...

Oh Trudy these are awesome pics. Looks like I might be coming out to your neck of the woods soon. Have a funeral to attend. Maybe we could have coffee while I am there. I have to admit I love the Highland cattle. We had some in Vermont by Manchester and I loved to watch them when they had their young with them. Hope all is right in you world......Pam

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Sorry to hear that your trip to Colorful Colorado would be on a sad note, Pam!! Holler at me if you are headed this way!! ~~Trudy~~