A Saturday Afternoon Drive

27 Apr

Got my to do list done early today. I asked my husband if he’d like to go on a Saturday afternoon drive with me? He drove. I took my camera. This is some of what we saw….

 

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Taking a rest in the field.  I am lovin’ the llamas. Yesterday, all the babies met me at the mailbox.  We made eyes at each other across the fence. They are the cutest pieces of fluff, ever. They make me so happy!

 

 

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I think the horse might have been wondering what we were doing… Just trying to get a picture, buddy.

 

 

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What you lookin’ at? Is that a smile, I see? Say cheese!

 

 

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Lots of train tracks, out here, in the country… and I mean lots.

 

 

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We thought this was an interesting picture. I took the picture while hubby was the lookout. It wouldn’t have been near as nice a picture if we ended up smooshed by a freight train, just sayin’.

 

 

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I’ve got a thing for barns…and silos. This is no secret…

 

 

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The red, white, and blue flying high, up on top of a granary.

 

 

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God bless the U.S.A.

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to “A Saturday Afternoon Drive”

  1. Steven Sawyer April 27, 2013 at 2:45 pm #

    Thanks for that short trip back home. I love barns as well. Especially the old ones. When I was pastel painting, I loved to paint barns. My favorite subject matter. Hey, thanks for the ride in the country, but I’ve got to get back to my boring, overgrown ranch-style-home yard work. Not a cow or a llama in sight. :>(

  2. Donkey Whisperer Farm April 27, 2013 at 9:01 pm #

    Enjoyed your blog I;m following you now. Melody

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