The first day of my arrival in New Zealand (or was it the -1 day of my arrival, as I lost a Monday in there somewhere?) I thought I would take a little stroll around the neighbourhood and see where I was. I looked up on this roof and saw what looked like a flat stuffed animal lying on this roof. As I got a little closer to it to get a better look it moved its head and stared at me.
This character seemed amazed to see a Pom walking down his street! He was relaxing in the hot sun of this lovely Spring morning. He had to be the first thing I photographed on my trip.
Cows are such curious creatures and this one was the first to come to check us out as we photographed the herd in Ontario. She hasn’t even finished the grass you see sticking out of her mouth. I guess she was making sure we weren’t going to be a threat to her calf and the rest of the herd.
When we left our car in the parking lot to hike up the trail to the top of the cliffs in yesterday’s post, we had to walk a short way along the road and past some houses. As we went by this particular property, this affectionate little cat came out as if to welcome us.
After our visit to a local Jersey dairy farm when Ellie posted a photograph of Jersey cows and mentioned our house cow, Florette, from when we lived in France, we were asked if we had any photographs of Florette. So here is Florette with the pigs. This was a scan from a negative from 1995 when we were living in the Dordogne.
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