Small things I noticed this past week included

the peacefulness of a Dove as I sat out on the deck,

the tranquility of the Geese on the pond as I stood on the hillside,

the serene grazing sheep and goats as I drove by,

and finally, the little, chubby, Chipmunk enjoying MY TOMATOES...:)

(Honest to goodness, I watched him scoot down to the ones he could reach, take a mouthful then scurry up to the railing to enjoy the juicy red fruit!!)

just seeing, saying, and sharing....


with you and those at 


Cute little devils aren't they?
MadSnapper said…
I just told another blogger, our critters are gone, we only had birds and squirrels and the hawk got them all. I did get a not so good shot of the hawk. we had 2 squirrels left, and now there is one. love all your critters and I miss our doves more than any other birds
MadSnapper said…
forgot, we do have a few nasty tempered blue jays left
Angie said…
I love all the serenity (until we got to the chipmunk). Hopefully you have enough tomatoes that you don't mind sharing ....
Thanks for visiting my blog - you asked about the best time to visit Canada. That depends a lot on what you would like to do .... for general tourist activities, summer is the most accessible time but it is also very crowded - if you can go in late spring or early autumn, that would be best. Of course, winter is good for all winter sports!
Stewart M said…
That chipmunk looks like me after Christmas dinner!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Ann said…
I like them all but I like the chipmunk best.
eileeninmd said…
Hello JP, what a nice variety. The sheep and goats are a favorite along with the cute chipper. The dove is a sweetie and pretty view of the pond and geese.
I appreciate you joining in with my 200th Critter Party. Thanks for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Red Rose Alley said…
Those squirrels are mischievous, aren't they? The pond picture with the geese is so pretty. Nature fills us with wonder, if only we sit and take it all in.


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