This week I had some help with my photos. Hubby snapped a few during the week - sometimes the shots just have to be taken.
Seems like that this week many wanted to wear their meals -
We picked up a truck load of hay and a few alfalfa yesterday - Before Hubby could unload it, the three standards found the truck. This is when the nick names "The Three Stooges" really comes into play. I should have got a photo before Hubby went out to the truck, they were literally hiding behind the truck, all you could see was legs from under the truck. They thought we wouldn't know they were there... LOL, yea right! They were chewing down as much off the truck that they could before caught. Cocoa is the brains of the Stooge Group - She found the end that had the three bales of alfalfa... Isn't that the face of a kid... "uh no it wasn't me, I didn't eat a huge hole in the alfalfa... I don't know who it was, really" No proof at all there Cocoa... -
Hubby got the next one here at breakfast one morning this past week. The little boys like to use their horns and spread the hay all out to choose what they want to eat -
Sometimes they get just a little stuck on their horns... Sort of like a Hay Hat - :0) Silly Boys!
I am calling this photo - Chicks on a Stick -
I sure hope that old stick can hold up to those girls. They are getting to pretty big. They love to perch up on the sticks - need to get a few more strung up in the pen for them. But I am sure they will still all choose to be on the same one. There are three sticks in the pen now, and they are always all on the same one -
The little Chicks are starting to get their feathers in.
They are still hard to get a good photo of - I wanted to take one out and put her on my desk. But Libbie was in the room, barking.. so letting one loose was not smart. But you can see the little feathers coming in. :0)
Saw a "Six Liner" this week! Love watching these guys - Talk about FAST!
Full name - Six-Lined Racerunner or (Cnemidophorus sexlineatus) - No I did not know that last one, I Googled it - LOL They are so neat - from the side you can't see but maybe on stripe, but from the back they are bold and so awesome, for a split second you can see the stripes all the way down his tail. I was so happy this guy was liking his photo shoot. He stayed there long enough for me to get the phone, and call Hubby out to see him. We snapped a few photos and BAM, he was gone.
Doesn't this little girl look like a sweet angel? Even with all the grass all over her -
This is the same girl just 30 minutes later... dinner time - In case you can't see, those are Chica's teeth showing -
Chica controls dinner time, heck breakfast time too. She lays at the bowl and growls the entire time she is eating. No one else is allowed to eat until she is pretty much done. Tuco waits behind her - and Autie always lays out in front of the food. He is the last to eat. Now we have more than one bowl. But Libbie was eating out of the other - and where do you think Chica learned to control the food bowl? Those boys are so sweet - most of the time. Every once in a while they decide they are just too hungry to wait. Then we have lots of noise and Mom or Dad have to step in -
Well this one has been scheduled ahead - we are doing a Antique show today - Hope the nice weather holds and there are lots of people!
Have a blessed and wonderful day -