Thursday, October 8, 2015

Looking for the herd at the crack of dawn

The sun and I seem to be sleeping a little later these days. 



 Me: Good morning, George.
George: You're being followed.



 My escort, the feral beast. His reluctance to venture into the pasture
gives way to his desire to accompany me, particularly when a meal is imminent.



 Me: Good morning, Lucy.
Lucy: *nom nom nom nom nom*



 Me: Johnny, you shouldn't be out this far.
JCC: Don't I know it.



 Me: Good morning, Hank. You're looking exceptionally handsome in the morning light.



 JCC: Seriously...we need to go back before something catches me
and your blog readers chastise you for not letting me be a house cat.



 Me: Come on, guys. Scaredy Cat wants to go home.



 JCC: They're not listening to you.
Me: And you're not listening to me. What's your point?



JCC: I'll meet you back at the barn.



9 comments:

  1. Something about mornings ... Lovely photos there. And look at Johnny's face - so alert.

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  2. Johnny's getting braver. The coyotes woke me up this morning. Have yours been back since the warning shots?

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  3. I can feel & smell the morning air in your wonderful pictures. And I'm mighty glad JCC is such a smart boy.

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  4. Hank caught that light just right for you :) Beautiful shot. JCC almost camouflaged in the early light. But then I guess other critters would be too. He was brave to follow. Lucy, George, and Alan just roll with it all.

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  5. Love the first photo! Everyone looks content and happy.
    I sleep in later, too...maybe it's the cooler weather.

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  6. Wow... what a wonderful way to start your day!

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  7. Precious Brave JCC. how sweet to follow you, meal or not. the herd looks great and so peaceful in this morning light.

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  8. Love the thoroughly rutted path!

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  9. An American in Tokyo10/8/15, 6:04 PM

    I would love to take a morning walk with you to find everyone! Next video, please!
    Too bad we can't smell and feel the air...I'm sure I would love it! =)

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