What did you take a photo of on your walk today? (feat. CHUNK)


(I'll trade you my bacon for your cheese) #2033

Can I come feed your chickens??? They’re adorable.


(Awesome Cheerleader For All) #2034

But you are uploading. So proud of you, Wendy! :wink:


(Allie) #2035

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Totally not on topic I know but this is so true :joy:


(I'll trade you my bacon for your cheese) #2036

@Shortstuff :joy: I know my parrot is absolutely self-serving, but so stinkin adorable that I ignore the self-absorbed birdie nature!


(Jason Mann) #2037

Little hazy, but this was my view during my walk today. Hard to beat.


(Allie) #2038

Beautiful @Jason_Mann


(Allie) #2039


(Alec) #2040

Blimey, you’re in my old stomping ground. I was born and brought up in Bournemouth! Spent many pleasurable days at Hengistbury Head. Played the par 3 golf course there many many times.


(Alec) #2041

Corporate golf day a few weeks back. Complete with compulsory crazy shirts!


(Allie) #2042

You all know my Chunk is a superstar right? :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


(Hyperbole- it’s the best thing in the universe! ) #2043

That is too cute.


(bulkbiker) #2044

Crazy dog on the beach from yesterday


(Ellen) #2045

Chunk is the bestest boy! Hope he enjoyed the cleaning via cow.


(Ellen) #2046

An awful Sunday, Wayne offered to take us to Batu Ferringii (not named after the Star Trek characters apparently).



Such a shame I actually have to work rather than spending the year chilling.


(Jane) #2047

Sure! They love their scratch I throw out and bowl of yogurt. So much fun to watch - I had no idea.


(Jane) #2048

No doubt!

And smart, too. I had let them out into the meadow while I was working in the garden and I heard a hawk screech. I looked over and my chickens were high-tailing it to their coop and huddled under it for protection.


(Ellen) #2049

This is my beach, proper power pose!


(Allie) #2050

He did, he’s always enjoyed meeting other animals :heart:


(Empress of the Unexpected) #2051


(Edith) #2052

Those are beautiful. What kind of flowers are they?