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ROXANNE
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:07 pm    Post subject: A walk in the countryside Reply with quote

It all started at about 8am today when the 3 dogs had finshed their breakfast and saw me stashing toast into the the little yellow tuperware box (for tip bits if they come when called while on the walk.

We set off not expecting to see any humans but maybe a few wild animals

Deer can be seen around this time of the morning and the cow's

As we walked along the track we came to a fenced in area for the young cow's
they'd not long been let out of the sheds and so they are all full of beans and so as i walked past this fenced area so all these young cows followed my every step on their side of the fence until they run out of fence and had to stop,
We all continued to the old stream and the dogs all enjoyed splashing about,

The sun was just starting to push through the trees and the air around here is fresh and clean,
We started back and as we came to the place the young cows last saw us
I saw a sight tobe seen, All those cows had waited for the return walk back along the fence to the far end we're we first all met earlier this morning.

What a perfect start to the day and completed an hour ago of all day in the garden,
Its been 80deg most of the day and even the lawn mowers been out to do that first snip.
Very Happy
Yes we've got a good start to the garden so far and after all its only the 11th of march.

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I LIVE HERE IN FRANCE BUT IM OF IRISH STOCK,
I ENJOY THE PEACE PERFECT PEACE OF THE COUNTRY STYLE OF LIFE,
I'll never complain about the peace and quiet of our location "so quiet I swear you could hear a mouse fart
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Idyllic.
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Its my field. Its my child. I nursed it. I nourished it. I saw to its every want. I dug the rocks out of it with my bare hands and I made a living thing of it!

This boy can really sing http://youtu.be/Dgv78D2duBE
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