Little Buddies


These little fellows belong to the neighboring farmer and his land adjoins our property.  




They are always interested in my business.  It doesn't matter if I am tending the Iris bed or just going for a walk.......they have to come and say hello.  


After one comes to make sure I am, "okay", then the rest of the posse comes to chat.  




Their Moms are always close by.  

They are the product of their Dad's hard work, last summer.  I have no doubt I will be observing more of his antics from the view of our pool deck, this season.  


Comments

  1. I think all "babies" are adorable! so cute!

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  2. They are adorable to watch, especially when the little ones kick up their heels and run. Thanks for your comment on my Memorial Day post...

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  3. Cows truly do like to know what's going on around them. It makes me wonder if they are smarter than we humans think they are. :)

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  4. What fun! your visitors will enjoy the summer watching you and yours.

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  5. Kind of enjoyable to have this little posse checking you out . . . do you have nice little chats too . . . Fun post!

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  6. They are adorable. Daddy sure was busy!

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  7. Cute cows! Maybe they are checking to see if your carrying snacks with you.

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  8. lol....that's some poolside entertainment! ha.

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  9. laughing at the 'rural' activities. :) love calves and cows! and fences! would love if you linked this in to good fences on thursday! and any other post you might have that fits. :)

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  10. i love all the babies. so cute. what sweet faces. we saw a lot of them this past trip. i love the country. i have been away on a camping adventure. & now just getting back to replying & talking to you guys again. hope you are well. ( ;

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  11. Lucky you to draw their attention, such a handsome family. I like the effect of your first photo...

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  12. They look like a happy bunch! Really a lovely sight!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  13. Your neighbors are much better than mine...

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  14. Love it! COW! My grandson can see cows anywhere. Even in the middle of an empty street... He can see ghost cows.

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  15. Those are some nice beef cattle, you will have to invite one in for dinner some day.

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  16. All babies are cute. I love that they come to visit. xo Laura

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  17. My goodness.. those are adorable little guys and gals. We used to have cows across our country road, but no we have flower gardens. The neighbors over the hill had a couple cows who got through the fence and were eating my bamboo! Enjoy your summer. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  18. a house my family rented when I was in jr. high bordered on cattle land. I used to go rub the itchy spot on their foreheads. They were great listeners for a tween-ager and her jr high drama.

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  19. Awww,.... I want some too! Lol... Truckin' Man says no cows though. Maybe someday.

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  20. It is tough work for Dad, but someone has to do it!

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  21. I like your nosey neighbors....

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  22. Um...Are you sure you want to watch? I guess if they do it in public, they can't mind too much....

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  23. Great photos! I used to like this poem about cows when I was a kid:
    Cows, by James Reeves

    Half the time they munched the grass, and all the time they lay
    Down in the water-meadows, the lazy month of May,
    A-chewing,
    A-mooing,
    To pass the hours away.

    "Nice weather," said the brown cow.
    "Ah," said the white.
    "Grass is very tasty."
    "Grass is all right."

    Half the time they munched the grass, and all the time they lay
    Down in the water-meadows, the lazy month of May,
    A-chewing,
    A-mooing,
    To pass the hours away.

    "Rain coming," said the brown cow.
    "Ah," said the white.
    "Flies is very tiresome."
    "Flies bite."

    Half the time they munched the grass, and all the time they lay
    Down in the water-meadows, the lazy month of May,
    A-chewing,
    A-mooing,
    To pass the hours away.

    "Time to go," said the brown cow.
    "Ah,"’ said the white.
    "Nice chat," "Very pleasant."
    "Night.""Night."

    Half the time they munched the grass, and all the time they lay
    Down in the water-meadows, the lazy month of May,
    A-chewing,
    A-mooing,
    To pass the hours away.

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  24. Great photos and those cows are so cute. I have always thought cows were always very curious animals.

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  25. Love the pictures! They look a lot more interesting than my neighbors!

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