I recently shot a bunch of pictures of cows on a local farm. This is a picture of a bull named "Hoggy". He was raised with pigs and roots in the dirt just like them. So, the owners named him "Hoggy". You can see the rest of the pictures on my photo blog.
I have finally boxed up the wedding books for Jasmin and Martin along with some goodies for Little Tim. The box will ship tomorrow & is going to Holger and Katie. I would look for it in a little over a week.
Let me know when it arrives and if everybody is happy with the book. :)
Yesterday, I went on my first hike in Clifton Gorge for 2010. the weather was spectacular, I only needed a light jacket. Holger, you might remember that we hiked in the gorge a couple times while you were here. I did not see Holgi the owl. :)
The waterfall was frozen and made a spectacular column of ice.
We have had a lot of snow melt lately, but there was still enough to make a pretty picture.
Along the way, I say a King Fisher. This is the first one that I have ever seen. The King Fisher made up for not seeing Holgi, the Owl. It was really great to be out in the woods. We pretty much had them to ourselves. If you have not gotten out this year, what is keeping you?
Katie and Tim regularly go every Wednesday for exercises. It is in a hall 5 minutes away from our home and little Tim really likes to go there. I guess you probably would call it a registered society. A lot of other children are there but Tim is the youngest - not the smallest. :-) He's usually running in the hall most of the time and I personally think that it is good for him. His movement is getting better and better. They are singing songs together and just having fun. Yesterday was the day of a festival which usually is once a year. Different groups made their exercises and the smallest ones as well. They have been dressed like little sheeps. Outside different food and beverages have been sold in order to get money for the society. Katie and I donated 15 sandwiches - the others cakes, sausages and other things. Please find below some pictures. Enjoy!