Sunday, June 7, 2009

Friends and Flowers


So far it has been a nice weekend with good weather and good friends. Had a little work to do on Saturday but that was okay. Bossy has hidden her baby nearby which is very smart. Little Bear knows where the fawn sleeps during the day and would like very much to eat it as she was raised from a wild mother. I startled Bossy this morning thinking my barn cats have disturbed the squirrel and chipmunks as they did yesterday morning while LB was barking madly. Bad Little Bear, leave that fawn alone! LB cannot get anywhere near it due to the electronic shock fence. Poor Bossy, having to put up with LB barking but she knows that certain types of barks brings out the human pit bull ready to save a deer, shoo away a trespasser, rescue a bird, coax a cat down a tree, etc. I have no photos of Bossy in her hideaway as I feel this would be an intrusion and I do not want to break her trust in me. She will show me her fawn when he becomes a certain age. I have already seen his hoof prints!


Devil Dog aka Pokey's human family came over for a visit. They missed seeing 'Nuggie', Little Bear, Coty and Sammy.
Pretty Indigo Bunting!
I believe that is Bossy's fawn's hoof print.
'Lotsa' doggie love!


Blue loves attention~
Jessie got some lovin' too!
My first red raspberry! It was very sweet!

11 comments:

Snowbound Farms said...

What pretty pictures, I can't wait until we can afford horses on our farm, Thanks for sharing!

Little Miss Baker said...

that pink rose is incredible. so perfect and pretty. I made a fondant rose once that was almost as pretty! Love your blog. I found it today and it's great!! xo

Steph said...

I love those pics!

Kritter Keeper said...

thank you ladies! love your comments. your blogs are new for me and i really look forward in reading your posts!

JAN'S PLACE said...

I LOVE THESE PICTURES! I want to come over to your house and sit outside and sip on an iced tea!!!

You have a wonderful place.. and the camera is taking some pretty impressive shots.

My daughter has the double wire planter like yours, I will have to send her here to see what she needs to plant in it, as that is lovely.

PS,, I am not going to tan, you guys all talked me out of it!

See you soon!

Jan

Just A Mom (Call me JAM for short) said...

Ahhhh! The pictures are stunning! Love all of the flowers... and that DARLING little girls red hair!

Paint Girl said...

The kids look like they were getting a lot of love from the dogs and horses!
Flowers are beautiful, as always! Hope you can get some fawn pictures soon!

Janet, said...

What beautiful flowers! Love the indigo bunting and red raspberry. I love birds, we have so many in our yard and I have a few stray black raspberries among my blackberry vines.

JC said...

I have given you the Lemonade Award. Go to my blog to find out what it's about...

dog trot farm said...

You have such a lovely home and grounds, wish I could visit. Lovely photo's, especially loved the beautiful hair on the little red headed girl.

Anne Marie said...

Thanks for you nice comment at my farm....

I did do that banner myself with a mix of vintage and newer clip art....and I'm glad you like it!

cute kids!