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Cleaning out the camera

This mo fo lives wild in our neighborhood

Total Spring downpour
Jack and his cousin Ashlyn.  Can you tell how much they love each other?

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9 comments on “Cleaning out the camera”

  1. Wow, not everybody can say they have such a pretty stray neighborhood pet!

  2. I’m so sorry you have the “wild” peacock. My mom had them on our farm when I was a kid and they would scare the sh@# out of me at night when they would call. I always imagined a horror flick would sound like calling peacocks.

    • I grew up in this house so I’m used to it. But when we first moved here, Troy assumed a woman was being murdered every single night! The peacock “call” is indeed hair-raising!

  3. Hi, I recently discovered your blog and I’m in love with it already. When I was looking through Pinterest today, saw this recipe. I remember you saying that you are looking for Organic Mozarella. Thought you might like to try this –

  4. I grew up in Cardiff (South Wales) and there are peacocks living in the castle grounds – right in the centre of town. I now live on New Zealand’s South Island & I didn’t realise how much I missed the sound of them calling until the town aviary got a breeding pair. If I close my eyes it’s like being home again but without the traffic ๐Ÿ™‚
    Love the blog BTW and am a fan on facebook

    • How many peacocks did you grow up with? What a cool memory, and so glad you’ve found the “sound of home” again!

      Thanks so much for reading!

  5. I actually envy your neighborhood peacock, how awesome!