Sunday, September 2, 2012
Yes we have new neighbors. They moved in across the road about a month ago. They speak in a foreign tongue. The most common sound is "Hee-Haw Hee Haw". I have to admit when I first heard them I thought a cow was in distress.
Having grown up on a farm we had the usual array of peaceful bovine, pigs, chickens, sheep, and ponies. I never had the privilege in getting to know these four legged type. They appear friendly. In fact both were more than willing to have their photo snapped.
One must not be put off by appearances. They may not be the loveliest of animals but there is a certain charm to them.
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