Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Everyone looks quite content and Coe is ADORABLE!
What’s with the finger up the nostril?There’s nothing as peaceful as a herd of cattle in a pasture, unless there’s a bull around.Yours look peace personified.
looks like everyone is hanging out and having a good time....
Your very own composition. A Pastoral Sweet.
I imagine how that tongue must feel...never having my fingers in a calf's mouth. It's got to be smoother than a cat's tongue, right?
Coe is gorgeous. But my favorite is your donkey!!!
Friko - it's a finger in the mouth -- the baby is still in a very oral stage. John was moving some of the gang to a green pasture to enjoy the grass while it was there. Barb, the tongue is almost as rough as a cat's and the suction is something fierce.Pastoral Sweet...by Hay-den, Martin?I have to admit that Coe is an error -- don't know where that word came from?Works as a name though.
Any teat in a storm, or for that matter, a lovely Autumn day. Thanks for the gorgeous pictures.
Beautiful photos, and Coe is precious...there is so much innocence in those eyes:)
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