Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
My girls love to watch the goats as we drive by!!
Golly what a beautifully rural area in which to live. How far do you travel to work?
My nieghbor had a little goat that had to get down on his front knees to graze, it looked so funny!
Isn't it amazing what we miss when we don't look around the wonderful world we pass through every day. Nice shots, Lois.
This place ( or is it a kind of farm?) is really beautiful with all animals around...Great shot!Léia
Your posts are starting to resemble a giant Nativity scene.
Donkeys and goats. What do we have to look forward to tomorrow?
A very cute scene, love the goats!Sunny :)
Now, if a camel appears we know you've been setting us up. Come on, Lois, can't you find an exotic animal in those parts...say a giant Gambian Pouched Rat? (Look up that lovable creature.)Some coed probably has one as a dorm pet. Betcha!!At least you're not posting scenes of 2-foot snows and icy tree limbs. Right?
Frank--since I'm actually in Chicago this week, I could post those icy pictures, but I think I'll wait until I get home!
No kidding! That is SO cool! When I lived out by Stayton, there was a place where a giraffe lived. (grin) Wierd animal for the Pacific Northwest to be sure.This photo is WONDERFUL!
Goats are so cute looking. I've never had one so I don't know if their personality matches their looks. You're in Chicago? Brrrrrrrr.
Yes Clytie, I am in Chicago and I'm freezing.
How fun! I can't believe how green it is around them. They must get moved around a lot so as not to completely strip the land of grass.
Post a Comment