In my first two photos, and always on the look out for interesting bits of nature, Gregg pointed out the fungi growing on the fence.
Good Morning, I hope you all had a great weekend. Ours was busy as we had company. Strangely I took no photos, didn't even think of it as we had such a good time talking until after midnight.
I fixed one of those cheat meals for dinner but we all enjoyed it. It had been a busy week and I had no time to cook or fix ahead. We were going to be out all day and this seemed the way to go for dinner that night, to get something on the table fast. I was serving up half an hour after we arrived home.
For an appetizer I had two types of cheeses with crackers, plus some dates and a few nuts put together on a cheese board. I know where to get really great chicken noodle soup. It is the next best thing to homemade. We have known our friends for many years and they do not expect anything more than good company. One of them recommended the soup. I added butter croissant and for dessert individual portions of Tiramisu, the kind that comes in a small glass. A bottle of wine, great conversation and the evening was perfect.
Not sure what we will be doing during the upcoming week, not sure if I will be taking any photos but in the meantime here are a few more from Frying Pan Park.
A barn housing an old cider press...
And more tired piggies in the next stall. They all have access to the outside.
I shared these goats in my previous post.
I found another goat in the field, too busy eating to pose for a portrait.
Far too busy feeding face for posing. Note: clucking noises are of no help at such times.
If you saw my last post here, you will recognize this little charmer.
His brother was a hundred feet away having a snooze.
Brother looked like he would be following suit very soon.
There were signs asking us not to feed the horses as they were work horses.
This lovely cow was busy licking its trough, expectantly waiting for lunch. We saw staff making their rounds feeding all the animals.
One expectant face looking through the fence. Sorry little guy, no food but I can see it coming.
Thankfully these turkeys don't have to worry about making an appearance at the Thanksgiving table.
I read that for many years those turkeys who had been pardoned at the White House ceremony were sent here.
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