Sharing my Lowcountry adventures, one day at a time!
Hey Debbi! You do the most fun and interesting things! I'm just been looking back at the posts I've missed. I love that black Labrador above...and the one in the water in you last post. That Wildlife Expo sounds great!
What a fun adventure that was---the PONY!! The RIDES!! I just kept making closeups and looking back for captions and enjoying every sunshiny, livestocky minute.Am I dreaming, or did I see what I remember from my one trip to Scotland as a "heery Heeland COO"? Those furry brown fellows look much like the ones we saw in the Highlands.I can just feel and smell the energy and curiosity and childhood delight in that warm closeness to animals. Can you imagine owning a falcon?? Just the humble gratitude for the companionship of such a vital creature would be a stunning thing.Hope you're all well and warm---we are still in the 60s and it's been windows-open and shorts and T shirts, even while Phil was retreating into his shadowy abode. We have buds on the appletree and all over the Rose of Sharon, and I hope that's not going to be blighted by a whimsical or killing frost.Best from way over here!r
That looks like a lot of fun, Debbi! Did you buy yourself one of those nice looking hats? HugsJane
Looks like a jolly good time!
That really is a big event with so much to do and see! I wonder if they would let me have a pony ride? Well....maybe not! haha! Hubby would be headed for the boiled peanuts! Hugs, Diane
WoW!! Action packed...so many fun things to do. You captured it well with your images!!