You Know It Is Wet

when a GBH (Great Blue Heron) is disturbed when you feed your sheep,

(Both taken after he flew to the far side of the field)

 

and when the geese are swimming in your field.

PS Our new barn cat Izzy is taking her job seriously.

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10 Responses to You Know It Is Wet

  1. Jody says:

    Look at all that lovely green grass! it looks very spring like. I can’t wait for spring…..we are in for more snow and very cold temps this week. I hope it warms up for sheep shearing in late March.

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  2. Chai Chai says:

    Love the picture of the barn cat. I can’t wait for Spring but I’m not looking forward to the mud!

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  3. Teresa says:

    We’re in the midst of a winter storm–blizzard for tomorrow. I’ll appreciate the mud this spring (at least for a couple of weeks). The geese look so happy! Mine are busy bathing in snowdrifts.

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  4. Jackie Craw says:

    Great photos! Love the heron. Izzy does look like she is surveying her kingdom. Over here, we know it’s wet when we actually find a slug, and mushrooms start erupting out of the ground!
    Jackie

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  5. Tamra says:

    Lovely photos of our Almost Spring weather. Mud, green grass, wet, and more mud -but Winter IS going (I keep telling myself this in an encouraging sort of way) and Spring can’t be far behind -it’s ALMOST Spring, right?

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    • I am not sure about the Spring part. I sure hope so though. It has already been a long winter but so far no major mishaps like trees falling on our house or broken water pipes. So I cannot complain too much- just a little 🙂

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