The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Friday, November 15, 2013

I Had Company Today

Notice her eyeballs and the slits, she's really focused on me.  I'm really pretty far away, up on the ridge next to the house looking down to the meadow.  Me and my cane have a limited distance.

That's because she's watching out for this little one.

He's searching for love or in this case chasing it.

She's the one from last year that had broken off her horn in a fight, I guess.  Notice her tongue.


A little lamb, can you see his itty bitty horn?

13 comments:

  1. Such cute pictures! Love seeing your wildlife.

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  2. They are so beautiful and the lamb is so cute. Hope you stay close enough to run if the bear comes to visit;)

    Debbie

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    1. Now you know you don't run from a bear!

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  3. Wonderful visitors to have, great pictures, Francine.

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  4. Great pictures, lovely animals. How wonderful to live in these surroundings.

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  5. love seeing your wildlife,great pictures! Phyllis

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  6. Yep... Great way to spend a day! The white tail buck are having a field day with the doe at our little slice of paradise right now.... Some of those girls only yearlings... Nice looking buck out there tho... Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures Nancy.

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  7. Great pictures! Thank you so much for sharing your life in pictures .

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  8. Great pictures. Do you know why the mother has two collars and what they are for?

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  9. Curious about the two collars also . . . beautiful animals!

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    1. The wildlife biologists attached collars to several sheep in this herd last winter to monitor them for pneumonia. Pneumonia can wipe out an entire herd. The collars have a tracking device so they can be located more easily by the biologists.

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  10. Oh, how lovely! I have just been drawing a goat for my quilt!! Beautiful pictures!

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  11. Adorable!
    And golly gosh, the mothers 'bling' necklaces sure do look heavy.
    Wishing & blessing you a smooth recovery Nancy.
    Jackie in NC

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