Random thoughts about Gardening, Creating, Nature and of course Scottish Terriers!

Monday, August 2, 2010

Monday, Monday

Well here we are into week #2 on Chincoteague........and the for those of you who have long pondered the question

"Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?"
 


 


It was not to get to the other side, but to get away from the black squirrel!


 


Have you ever seen one of these before?

 



Imagine that......not a horse of a different color, but a SQUIRREL....
Poor little hen hiding from it no doubt...I didn't think they allowed them in Chicken City!!!!!
 


 
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How about that image for BLUE MONDAY?
 

 

A darling baby donkey eating out of a blue feeding trough......and a blue cottage with a little red & white to boot!
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A pretty blue wildflower and a blue bird house

How inviting......come right in and have a rest!
 
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One beautiful image after the other....I could live in that little hut forever!


 

 
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Imagine that view from the window...or the porch...you never know who you may be waiting for you out in the yard.........


 

 
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Well we covered a lot of territory today.....bright and early it will be time to do head downtown to do a little window shopping ;o) I think that this little guy may have a new home after tomorrow....hope you all are enjoying the trip with me!
 
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13 comments:

  1. Looks like you're having a wonderful trip. You certainly have seen some exciting things.

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  2. We almost feel like we're there with you. Thanks for all the photographs. It's really named Chicken City?

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  3. I PROMISE...I did not KNOW there was even such a thing as a BLACK squirrel....

    I'm constantly AMAZED at just WHAT I find out here in Blogland. What did I ever do without this amazing place?

    Thanks for visiting my friend....love the pics of the doggies you love and have loved... I only have ONE DOG. She is 4lbs and is a Yorkie and THINKS she the boss'a me!

    She's right.

    Love to you~

    Rebecca

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  4. Wonderful pictures again - makes me want to go!!

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  5. Loving the pictures. And yes, I've seen many black squirrels in my life, and white ones too!

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  6. Becky is looking so darn cute. I have never seen a black squirrel.

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  7. Hi Nancy and Becky and G- dog,
    So happy to go on that fantastic trip with you!!! Thank you!!!
    Glad to see you!! Thanks for coming to vist me!!!
    I had never seen a black squirrel before!!! Love your bolg Nancy!!
    Come back soon.
    XXOO, Bambi & Fern

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  8. so many amazing photos from your trip!!
    love all the vivid blues.
    that baby donkey was the sweetest thing.
    and a black squirrel~ how cool to see that.
    thanks for sharing your treasures~
    chas

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  9. Very beautiful blues! The black squirrel is interesting...never seen one before!

    Pat
    www.critteralley.blogspot.com

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  10. What a wonderful trip you're having! I've never seen a black squirrel either. Maybe it's an endangered species! I would have run too if I'd been that chicken. Chicken City? LOL Have lots of more fun girlfriend.

    Hugs XX
    Barbara

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  11. What beautiful pictures.
    I just wanted to thank you for your comment and warm thoughts. It is beyond words my gratitude for your support.

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  12. hi nancy lou!

    just catching up with you & cannot believe it is WEEK TWO!!!! i have so enjoyed your photos of island life. amazing! so many lovely animals to enjoy. that herron looks fake!
    a black squirrel? never seen one of them before.

    how is becksters? i hope not causing tooooo much becky trouble. and gus? he looks rather content in your photo.

    well my friend, just know i have been thinking about you each day! buzz me when you get home.

    much love,
    becky

    ps: breathe, relax and savor the days.

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