Although we are staying here at the farm temporarily while we house hunt, we still would like to get to know the neighbours. And the best way to do that is to go for a walk. I take the farm dogs with me, because if you have ever seen a “eager to go for a walk dog”, it’s a farm dog. They love to lead the way, and run far ahead of me, and then look back as if to say, “hurry up.”
This is Charlie, and Blue, bet you can guess which one is Blue.
Both are sweethearts, even if they have a tendency to bark at the coyotes a little to much in the middle of the night. Charlie, and Boo our cat, are becoming far away friends. Boo was seen standing within 2 feet of a sleeping Charlie the other day. For a cat that really didn’t know what a dog was before, that’s a accomplishment. No more fluffy tail, and spiky fur around Charlie, unless she surprises Boo.
There are horses boarding at the neighbouring farms, and each beautiful sunset night we would run into this woman, along with her horse, and dog.
Of course the farm dogs are friendly, and want to talk, but the poor horse was bucking, and heaving, not that nice at all. Don’t know what set him off, but the sunset behind his head was lovely.
You take your shots when you can get them.
I don’t have a shot of the coyotes that roam around here, driving the dogs nuts. I am rather certain though, that my beloved Boo would make a great coyote snack should he venture out alone, so we keep him locked inside safely.
More on him when I get a chance, once again house hunting, 7 in one day this time!
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams