Monday, June 26, 2006

The Continuing Cary Chronicles

Who Needs TV When You Have Cary & DDD?































Help! I'm being chased by a donkey!





And he's gaining on me!

NOTE: No Carys or
donkeys were harmed or frightened during the taking of these photos.

And for those who have been asking how Cary is doing, the answer is just great. Every day with her is a zany new adventure, whether we're tooling around town, hanging laundry on the line, or just relaxing in the living room. Did you notice her cute new bobbed tail? And her right hind leg looks like it was never even broken—and is obviously working just fine!

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24 comments:

  1. Thanks for the update. I always love seeing how Cary is doing and what new adventures she has been up to. I would love to see her tooling around town.

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  2. What a wonderful blog. :-) Please post a new picture every day...

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  3. aww . . . everyone looks beautiful!

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  4. I love your site. I hope to learn so very much about farming! I've added your page to my list of favorties (at my xanga.) I'll update the blogger page to have it soon!

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  5. Cary has gotten so big. It is awesome to see DDD in his summer coat. I'd love to see New cat too in his summer coat.

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  6. Hey....I just happened on to your blog........and thought i'd let you know that I think it's wonderful! I can hardly wait to go back and read thru your archives.......looks like some good stuff there! your photos are fantastic.....I've saved your blog in my favorites and I'll be checking it everyday...

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  7. Thanks for the update. Its nice to see Cary is doing so well.

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  8. Looks Cary has a great new buddy. I am so happy to see that Cary is doing so well!

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  9. Hi farmgirl, great blog, we also live on the land in South Australia, check out our chickens at:www.mountainchooks.blogspot.com

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  10. Our little Cary is growing like a weed!

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  11. Vickie in MO6/26/2006 9:59 PM

    What do the people in town think of cutie pie Cary?

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  12. My fiance and I took our two lambs for a walk yesterday - 2 miles!! They loved it! (Except when surrounded by playful cattle.) My wee black familiar (Brodgar, my cat) followed us the whole way. It was quite an adventure! It's so fun seeing the adventures of your own lamb hehehe!

    Now you have me wanting a donkey!!

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  13. I am so glad she is so well!
    You have done the most FAB job with her fg!

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  14. Your blog is so beautiful. It makes me happy to see it and gives me something to look forward to at my miserable job. I cant wait to try some of your recipes, and I love your kitty pictures! Thank you for sharing your life with us.

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  15. Oh, what a great update! It sure looks like Cary is growing up so fast. Thanks for the update!

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  16. At first glance I thought how sweet of the donkey to share his water(and unusual), but then I looked at the rest of the photos. Just like a donkey! Love the site :)

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  17. Can't decide who I like best, Dan or Cary. They're both so precious, and when they're together, just adorable! Thanks for the update, FG!!

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  18. I am so glad to hear that Cary is doing so well! I've bottle fed several of our baby pygmy goats and it's always fun to see them grow and get stronger. I think Dan needs to get into shape to catch Cary! ;o)

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  19. How well do donkeys tolerate cold wet windy conditions? I live in a very wet windy place and I'd love to get a donkey...but don't know if it would do well here!!

    I've always wanted one of those critters hehehe!

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  20. hey,being chased by a donkey is no laughing matter lol

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  21. hi i'm seeign if this works

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  22. This is so unfair! I was convinced that my dog Kenyon (a sheltie) was the cutest animal that ever lived! What am I supposed to tell him now that I've seen Cary and DDD?

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  23. I look forward to your blog everyday! The animals are wonderful and so is your commentary! You didn't mention what you did for your birthday...I'm so curious.

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