…air this morning so I took my Little Treasures for a little walk. We didn’t go far, just into the field at the back of our house and along the public footpath. Over the stile and into the farmer’s field. Nicholas climbed over mostly by himself but I had to carry Charlie over, he’s only just two after all. Wait for me, Nichowas! OK, Charwee.A view over to St. Barnabus’ church. That parish has a very active group of campanologists. I love to hear them doing their thing. Moving at a rate of knots along the path these two little chaps came to a fairly quick standstill when they saw who was ahead of them. Very impressive Aberdeen Angus cows who couldn’t have been any closer to the fence. I found out recently that the original Aberdeen Angus cows are black not this beautiful russet colour.I think this handsome specimen was happy to see us, he came very close for a good look at us. Poor thing was covered in flies. Nicholas took a step back. Charlie wasn’t bothered by them at all. Then Nicholas got a bit braver and decided to feed the cows… just the one blade of grass! Obviously I didn’t let him. We usually go a bit further down the path but not today. We studied each other long and hard, us and the cows, then we headed back to the ranch. It was fun.
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