Wednesday, July 25

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Cute: Farm Version of the Pied Piper

Farm version of the pied piper -

More wordless cute? Here and here.
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  1. Just wanted to say hi, and tell you I nominated you for the Country Living Blue Ribbon Blogging award.

  2. Yep, that's the Pied Piper! :)

  3. Priceless Photo.

  4. Oh yeah - I know that behavior - every time Bubba's carrying out a tray of his freshly sliced BBQ brisket, he gets a "trail" of sniffing noses from all the animals.

    We always pretend that the attention is because the animals love us so much, but we know the truth.

    As he says (in the dog's voice, of course), "Oh dad, that's my faaaaaavorite plate."

  5. Have you gotten any rain? I think of you every day as our grass gets drier. Lots of rain around us here, but it has missed us everytime and our little town is browning up. My sheep can still find green and we did get our hay though. Nothing like your situation and my heart goes out to you. If I were the praying type I'd pray hard for you out there. As it is, just thinking of you---Judy

  6. What a great pic,so cute, and very surprised Mr. Bert is not there also, he seems to be where the action is at all times. He and his gang make me smile daily,Thanks so much!

  7. This is such a great photo! Too, too cute! Thanks for sharing it with us.

  8. that is just lovely !

    thanks for stopping by my blog ! i like the look of yours ... i'm going to go have a better look around !

  9. Hi Everybody,
    I'm so glad you enjoyed this photo as much as I did. Thanks for all the fun comments!


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