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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Rurality Wednesday - Piggies @ Booker T Washington

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These little piggies were so cute and curious. They ran around their maze-like pen and even wanted to play ball. They made us laugh with their piggie antics :)

Booker T Washington National Park, Franklin County

Rurality Blog Hop #39

18 comments:

  1. Pig can be very entertaining. Love the shot. Thought I would share that I am getting really good reports on the food up at Peaks. It was so awful with the last company so this is wonderful to learn. Seafood buffet is 25.00 a person...do not think Bud and I will be partaking of it. It was filled with people when we were up there.

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  2. They do look like they enjoy human company, great shot!

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  3. I bet they will grow to huge proportions in the next few months!

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  4. Wow! Great little piglets shots ~ sweet nature's critters ~ love 'em ~ thanks, carol, xxx

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  5. Yup, that one is sayin' 'Whatcha got??' Love it! Thank you for coming by to share on Rurality Blog Hop #39!

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  6. I've not been around pigs but those two look a little mischievous :)

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  7. Where's the third one! :)
    Cute shot! Looks like it was a beautiful day to be out an enjoying oneself.

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  8. Sounds like a fun time watching the piggies at play. :-)

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  9. When I was there a while back they had a couple hogs, they must have got some little ones, I will have to check them out. We have some We have ossabaw pigs at our farm museum, they are the ones that the Spanish put on an island back in the 1500s as we try to date the farm to the 1800 period and these are close to the old breeds.

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  10. Oh, we used to have little piggies like that! So fun to watch.

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  11. They are so cute when they are little and so tasty when they grow up! Mmmmm....bacon! :)

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  12. Awww- they do look like they'd be a lot of fun to watch!

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