I am with Hubby in Paso Robles, still on the house hunt… I actually love looking at all different houses and their landscapes.  I feel like a Hermit Crab – you know… which shell shall I climb into now?!  I just wish we could find a communal shell!



This cracked me up…


Hubby did a spittake on this one.

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This is a mural on a garage door right below the HOLLYWOOD sign… tourists walk by and read it all the time…


Wieselblitz. Great animal photography.


This is the artist of the mural, putting on some finishing touches.


I’ve had dogs that did this – insisted on coming into the bathroom even if I had my arm on the door – pushing.


Heh Heh, this made me laugh.

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I grabbed this off of a video – hence the poor quality – but this is an INSECT.

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PRETTY. Lots of cleaning went into this shot.

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Did you read this story? A steer broke free at a slaughterhouse in Queens and ran through the streets, terrified.

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It was all over the news… so a wonderful sanctuary stepped up and took him

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This horse is on a ferry – look at his expression!!!


Love the flowers on this barn – and the roof!


Here is Freddie, the steer that broke loose in Queens, being rescued and taken to the Sanctuary.


Freddie’s ride to freedom (nice trailer, so clean!) with Skyland Animal Sanctuary.

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  1. Judith

    The horse on the ferry reminds me of a horse I saw sometime in the 1990s on Prince Edward Island and have never forgotten. We were traveling on a low-speed two-lane road through countryside and villages, turning and twisting, uphill and down, making our way to where we’d be staying. In front of our car for quite a few miles was a truck pulling an open trailer with a white horse in it — stocky, work horse type. And he was so interested in everything! He kept looking from side to side as the scenes around him changed, very calmly, but definitely taking it all in. It was delightful to watch! His truck turned off on another road eventually. I always hoped that his life at his destination was as interesting to him as the journey to get there.

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