Friday, July 14, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 7/14/06


Cary Is An Equal Opportunity Treat Thief

Let's just say this photo doesn't show the whole story. (I'm sure I'll get the rest of them up one of these days.) Oh, but I can cross something off the evergrowing list of Blog Stuff I Promised To Do, though! Today's photo is for fairly new reader
blueskiesfade (and every Cary lover out there of course), who asked the other day, "Do you ever post any pictures of your llamas or chickens? I don't think I've seen any yet.."

Okay, if anybody is wondering where the llamas came from, read this and then this. To see more llama photos, click here and here and here. And then there's this classic (which is Lindy's favorite--she wants it on a tee-shirt). Click here for a post that is absolutely cluck full of links to chicken photos (sometimes they hijack my blog).

A year of Daily Photos ago: Evening Light Hits Just Right

10 comments:

  1. Adorable!! Have a great weekend, FarmGirl and FG Fans! :)

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  2. I love Cary. But I think I love the llamas more. What are their names?

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  3. Was Cary recently sheared? Her coat looks lighter than it does in other pictures.

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  4. I wonder if Cary knows what you say about her behind her back? Theif indeed! Looks to me like they are sharing just fine! Adorable.

    Have a great evening!

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  5. See, Susan? Tygher knits needs to know. What about "Lindy" and "Jeff"? Nice sensible names for a pair of llamas.

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  6. I know they're a lot of work, but I wish I had a yard full of critters.

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  7. This is too adorable, and this is why I have to come a check out your blog everyday. But I think if you took a photo of some dirt from your farm I would still love it : )

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  8. I think it is wonderful how Cary has incorporated herself into everyone's lives on your farm! She's such a pet! Do you think it gives her more confidence to be a human's adoptee?

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  9. I second Lindy's comments! :)

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  10. Hey thanks for the Llama photos!!! :-) I went to see some Llama's near my home on saturday have posted some pictures on my website :-)

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