Thursday, June 28, 2012

Hide and Seek!

Come Watson, come!
The game is afoot.
   Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


One thousand and one, one thousand and two; I used to love this game. It has been a very long time since I have played. I was intrigued.

I was hiking through our bush today and noticed Alice with her head buried in a tree. I was convinced she was concentrating on counting and not losing her place.


One thousand and four, one thousand and five.

I have no idea how long she had been counting, but I did notice that the rest of them were either hiding or still trying to find that perfect hiding spot.
Some of the girls have certainly played this game before and knew exactly where to hide.




There were the ones that just wanted to lolly gag around, or not play at all, or take a nap. Notice that blonde fella he is the bull, he is a little tired.


Some of them seemed to forget that they are much larger than they remembered and do not realize that little tree will not hide them any longer.


Well I best go now, I am pretty sure Alice is nearing the end of her count and I have yet to find the perfect spot.


One thousand and nine, one thousand and ten. Ready or not here I come.






Rural Thursday Blog Hop


Thank you to our hosts Nancy @http://www.aruraljournal.com/ and Lisa @ http://www.twobearsfarm.com/

Later.

29 comments:

  1. I just want to say "Peekaboo!" Looks like a peaceful place to hide!

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  2. You have such a great imagination!

    OS
    Did Alice find you...or are you now looking for her?

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  3. Too fun! It brings back happy memories of growing up on the farm.

    =) Hugs!

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  4. Gorgeous animals. They have the good life.

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  5. oh Alice is a cute one! I really think cows are beautiful!

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  6. Beautiful photos. Excellent game of hide of cows, very funny.

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  7. It's nice that they can go up into the woods for shade!

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  8. Astonishing little wood I see there. Alice is so sweet and playful. Beautiful, mighty trees to hide around.

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  9. i do love those amzing creatures!

    absolutely enjoyed the photos, and the commentary.



    i LOVE your blog!

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  10. This is so cute!! I love cow faces.

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  11. These are wonderful photos ~ and such a fun post ~~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

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  12. ha, this was such a cute and fun post! i love those sweet girls!

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  13. so cute! hanging out with your girls. :)

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  14. I loved this post!!! Alice and crew are so cute. I wish the pictures were a bit larger though.

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  15. OK, I clicked on the pictures and it worked. Sometime it doesn't because my computer is slow. It was great to see them all in action and your imagination is wonderful.

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  16. They are adorable, is my backside showing? Is this branch big enough..I can't see you, you can't see me....lol.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  17. What a fun whimiscal post!
    Love that last shot!

    Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog!

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  18. The cows look cooler than most I've seen around here. I feel for the ones standing in the sun in 100+ temperatures. Fun post!

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  19. Your narrative is perfect for these shots!

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  20. Not such a great hiding place....I could see her! but the pics were great

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  21. This cracked me up -- very cute photos and commentary. :)

    Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursdays this week, G.

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  22. lol...hey girl...we are home!!! as of yesterday! We are doing good...going down to see mom tomorrow! Happiness....!!I will e-mail you soon...

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  23. Cows are so patient that we use them as examples when we talk about a person who has a calm attitude.

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  24. lol!! cows must be under the impression that they're thinner then they actually are, thinking they can hide behind a tree!

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