Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Awwwww, the babies are so adorable!!!
Autumn is definitely in the air, the dogs’ noses say so.The frost probably has something to do with it.
Lots of beautiful eyes in this post!
cute pups...and def cute little cows as well....
Love all those sweet calves! And of course Otis and Ali Ali. Winter is creeping right on in, even here in Florida.
Such sweet little calves. Otis has such a strong face. It reminds me of my first dog. His name was Judge, an American Pit Bull. And weather is changing here in Vista, Ca. with drizzle predicted.Vicki thank you for the pictures it is a real treat to see them and bring back memories of my childhood in Hendersonville.
Otis is a pit bull, Jim. And pretty much a sweetheart though he has conflicted feelings about cats... so glad to be bringing you a bit of WNC.
I can see you have very loyal dogs. They are nice looking dogs. Your calves have sure grown.
So enjoyed all your photos. Are those all your dogs? Love dogs. And the calves are so sweet.-- barbara
Lovely pictures. You have some lucky dogs, living there with you on the farm. The babies are gorgeous, just gorgeous.
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