Thursday, May 2

new neighbours



new neighbours moved in this week. . .


they'll take a bit of getting used to after the sheep moved out. . .


I don't think I'll ask to borrow a cup of sugar!


17 comments:

Sue said...

Oh they are GORGEOUS.....how I miss my piggies :-(

Lucky you to have such lovely neighbours, mine aren't bad but I can't tickle them behind the ears and talk non stop to them, well I could but the rest of their family would think I was a bit strange!!

Sherri B. said...

I have a feeling that they will have a lot to say. I hear they are quite the gourmets also and think nothing of offering up a truffle or two. Enjoy!! xo

Rose H (UK) said...

Ooh, I LOVE Khuni khunis :o) I don't think it'll be a verdant field for long though...
Rose H
x

Willow said...

HA HA I would prefer those neighbors hee hee

Vintage Sheet Addict said...

They, I'm sure, will provide you with hours of entertainment! :) x

Lazy Daisy Jones said...

Gorgeous...?

Sylvia said...

Great new neighbours, Elaine ! :-)
Nice evening,
Sylvia

nilly said...

How exciting! Our new neighbours only
brought cats.

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

They certainly beat the heck out of my neighbours.
I think pigs are so entertaining and smart too.
Enjoy them!
Susan x

Jee said...

I would much prefer them tp most of my neighbours! Good job Bruce doesn't live at home though - never yet met a horse that liked pigs.

Jee said...

I would much prefer them tp most of my neighbours! Good job Bruce doesn't live at home though - never yet met a horse that liked pigs.

Jee said...

I would much prefer them tp most of my neighbours! Good job Bruce doesn't live at home though - never yet met a horse that liked pigs.

lettice leaf said...

Our neighbour is a recluse! A good one to have.

How long will that field be green I wonder?

LLx

Chel C said...

What cute neighbours! I now have very quiet neighbours compared to the last ones so life if good here! Would still prefer the animal variety though. Chel

Greenorchid said...

Sweet... I love pigs! Cx

Maria said...

~ I love your new neighbours, so much more interesting than mine...~Life will be interesting watching them....~ wishing you a wonderful bank holiday too....~ Take time to dream, my friend....~ love Maria x

Sue said...

When we had pigs, Large Blacks, Middle Whites and Kune Kunes, we let out the field next to them to a lovely lady with two horses, it took exactly 4 hours for the horses and pigs to introduce themselves through the fence and they got on like a house on fire, choosing to eat within sight of each other and greeting each other through the fence each morning.

She was so grateful as they had always been totally freaked out by pigs beforehand.

They do learn to get on you just have to give them the opportunity :-)

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