Monday, August 2

Neighbourly update

Back in April I showed you some photos of my Ruby Red Devon neighbours, with their little ones in the nursery.
I thought you might like to see an update on how the babes have grown, and how sleek the mums look with their summer coats properly through, enjoying the grass and sunshine.

I'll let the pics speak for themselves. . .





















14 comments:

Lalabibaby @ Dreaming of The Simple Life said...

Wonderful neighbours .... thanks for sharing x

The English Writer said...

Oh, how fantastic! I would be very happy to have them as my neighbours...though not sure about hubby! xx

Poppy's Place said...

What lovely photos. I would love to have them as neighbours. Even though the neighbours I have now are very nice, I'm sure they would understand We long to live in the countryside! Jane xx

winnibriggs said...

What a fantastic colour their coats are. Should show my hairdresser that, though better explain don't want the horns!
Thanks for the comment Elaine. Once tried to do one of those 'simple' topiarys following a wire frame and landed up with a rabbit that looked more like a kangaroo. Think I will stick to sewing!

sue15cat said...

What lovely beasts they are, wonderful neighbours. We're missing the horses we used to have in our paddock. They just looked so 'right' there, you'll know what I mean.

Sue xx

sandiart said...

Beautiful creatures, takes me back to when I was young visiting my uncle's farm. Good times riding the horse and picking apples in the orchard where the pigs lived. Oh such wonderful memories. Thank you.
Sandi xx

Baa-Me Kniits said...

I love that third photo and the one of the baby licking the tree.....they are so funny baby cows :-)

Sylvia said...

They have a beautiful brown color, lovely photos !
Nice evening,
Sylvia

My Owl Barn said...

How adorable! Love your blog! These pictures remind me of a local farm I used to visit.

Menopausal musing said...

What lovely looking beasts, I would love those as my neighbours! I think I would be forever going out to look over the fence though......

Claire@AreWeNearlyThereYet said...

Hi, lovely to meet you!

Can I live where you live please!!! xxx

Pea Green Kitty said...

Hello!
What adorable neighbours you have, you lucky thing!

I just wanted to Thank You so much for your kind words of support. I shall definatley give Ginger a try, it just so happpens that I love ginger!!
Luckily for me I am on a lower dose of the medication than would be used for Cancer treatment so I doubt the side effects are as bad as they could be.
I hope that you no longr need to have the treatment.
xxx

Favourite Vintage Finds said...

Oh my, you have two irresistably gorgeous blogs! I love them and will be back to visit both very soon! Thank you very much for your recent lovely comments! And thank you also for kindly putting a pic of my giveaway in your sidebar! :) xo

bad penny said...

They are a lovely colour - a rich reddy brown- my favourite shade of red. The young ones are so pretty.
I live near the New Forest and as well as free roaming ponies & donkeys there are shaggy Highland cattle which I adore.

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