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Friday, March 25, 2011

IT MUST BE NEW FOLLOWER WEEK! MAY I WELCOME TWO MORE!


First, I would like to say "hello" to Chhabi.  He is an engineer from India and loves travel and photography "as he tries to learn from nature while dreaming of a better future."  The title of his blog is "Chhabi's Life in Motion." He can be reached through my follower thumbnails (2nd from the left).

Another new follower is from Nova Scotia and resides at Hidden Meadow Farm..."conservation of rare and heritage livestock, vegetable's, herb's and cut flowers through sustainable farming."  Preserving the Past, Enjoying the Present, Sustaining the Future.  You have to see the cows!  They have some characteristics of Sophie, the labradoodle.
Check it out at: enjoyingthegoodlifeathiddenmeadowfarm.blogspot.com

Thank you both for following my Journal.

8 comments:

  1. Love those Highland Cattle!
    Lori, you might really enjoy the Zanzibar Alpaca blog on my sidebar. She's an amazing woman, raising alpacas and highland cattle, doing all the farm work and spinning. She's in Scotland, and she's very nice.

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  2. Thank you so much for your kind words and linking to my blog :)
    You have a amazing blog and heart as well.
    I will have to make that jump Terry above mentions.

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  3. Cool look at this flower... I long for looks like this.

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  4. I checked out the cattle. So pretty. We have some highland cattle down the street, beautiful to watch.

    Welcome to your other new follower too.

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  5. Lori, That's a helluva fine shot of the flower!! Considering that you are not 'photoshopping', that makes the end result even more impressive. Good show!

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  6. Love the daisy -- so bright and colorful. :)

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  7. Love the flower. . .and thanks for introducing us to new people and sites.

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  8. welcome to your two new followers...that's some photo of the horse at the top of your column today!! Wow.

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