With a couple of busy days ahead, I leave a picture of Samson that I was playing around with in Picasa. I tried to learn another program yesterday, one that Madsnapper used for some fun stuff, but I was at a total loss.
Thanks for your comments on Rachael and the deer. She is a very special person and the animals she meets are fortunate, indeed. More soon, I have some fun news about our new neighbors, their plans for the land, and their new cows. Devon cows, very rare cows that arrived here and are trying to adjust to a completely new food supply. I hope they will make it, they do look a bit depressed to me. But what do I know about cows, nothing.......
Our neighbor said they are adjusting, slowly.
awww. hope their herd will adapt and flourish! can imagine it might be tough grazing.ReplyDelete
sweet samson. :)
LOVE those cows. Saw them at a fair last year :)ReplyDelete
Oh Samson, be still my heart.
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Love that picture of handsome Samson--I wish your neighbors good luck with their cows!!ReplyDelete
Oh Samson you handsome fella:) I do know a little about cows Inger but never heard of those kind and they will adjust cows like to hide their true feelings but at night I think they talk about their feelings amongst each other all the time:)They are sneaky little things.Told you I know stuff:) Hug BReplyDelete
Va fin han är Samson.ReplyDelete
När hundarna släpper sina spår, kan vara av trötthet, de kommer i blöta mossar. Då slutar de driva och går sina bakspår tillbaka. I stället för att de ska gå hela sträckan ser ju vi var de är på GPS. DÅ brukar vi kalla in dem på 100-200 m om det går. Ayla är bäst på det. Hör hon oss går hon av spåret o går på ljudet av hornet och mitt rop
Okays I knows Gracie has not commented yet so I will tread softly on how handsome Samson is...hehehe.ReplyDelete
I has no idea bouts cows either but I do hope they will make it on their new land and foodables. I imagine it will be a great adjustment fur them.
Has you tried Pixlr? They have about 3 different versions...an express and full edit and such. It's free. Google it.
I know nothing about those cows, so will check them out online. Samson looks like you just gave him a blow-dry.ReplyDelete
Samson, You look exceedingly handsome.ReplyDelete
Janie, who knows nothing about cows
Inger, I haven't had time to try the new ones from Sandra...but I'll probably be in the same boat as you...lost!...:)JPReplyDelete
ah um! ***Gracie clears throat*** I heard that Ms. Puddles! But the thing is... you're right, Samson does look mighty handsome. And so soft. Remember Samson, my ears only!! xoxoxo Your Gracie.ReplyDelete
I do hope the cows do well. Preserving breeds is important work.ReplyDelete
Devon cows in the southwest does sound strange, but I never expected to find cattle in Florida, either.ReplyDelete
Samson looks thoughtful. . .(is he thinking of a treat?)
it would seem to me a desert is not the best place for raising cows.. i do love them and if i were there, they would be snapped silly... LOL Samson is handsome in soft or sharp focus. email me the name of the program and i can send instructions if you wantReplyDelete