We had a fairly dry day last week and I enjoyed the walk, got to see the neighbors baby cows cavorting in the field.
First of all I want to welcome my new followers! Thanks for joining up, hope you enjoy this post from around the farm.
Miss Grace enjoyed the wind giving her a little blow dry of her long hair. Llamas always seem to have a piece of hay sticking out of their mouths.
The new born calves are so cute! I love watching them run around in the field, playing at "The Calf Town Race Track". Oh dee doo dah day! Yeah, it was that kind of a day.
I always have to stop off and visit the neighbors steer. The teenager next door is raising it as a 4-H project. Every day I walk past "20" and bring him a hand full of fresh grass. He appreciates it and bows his head so I can scratch his back. It is our little daily ceremony.
I will be sad when he gets carted off to the fair. Sometimes he licks my hand. Have you ever been licked by a cow?
Tonka is doing well. He is used to being around cows since he came from a cattle farm.
Charlie has pretty well adjusted although he still prefers to stay up high, out of possible reach by the new dog even though Tonka pays him no mind at all.
I mustn't leave Miss Sadie out. She is such a sweetheart.