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Suzanne & Suzie

Suzanne & Suzie, Aunt and Niece; my dear friends, out walking this week in the Cotswold Water Park

Suzanne & Suzie

Suzanne & Suzie, Aunt and Niece; my dear friends, out walking this week in the Cotswold Water Park

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They are lovely happy shots. They have the same smile.
Lisl: They were really enjoying the day
I love these photo's! Suzanne has a new friend, I see!
Lisl: This is the second Suzanne (Suzie) named after our Suzanne
Elles ont trouvé un nouveau copain avec le mouton.
Lisl: That little lamb, not so little now, remembered Suzanne from a former walk
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Feb 2017, 03:14
Two fabulous portraits of enthusiasts!
Lisl: If you could have seen the weather and the mud, you would know how true your words are, Ray
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 1 Feb 2017, 05:00
Fabulous pictures, it is great to have these 'die-hards' to walk with.
What a nice sheep..did it follow you???
Lisl: That is the lamb which followed Suzanne a few weeks ago - I posted a picture of Suzanne trying to get away! And yes, it wanted to be with her again and followed her
YAY for the pics, Lisl. I'm so glad you shared them with all of us here.
Lisl: It was a nice reminder of a shortish walk followed by lunch
  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 Feb 2017, 06:18
Happy people. Nice to see Suzanne has brought her pet sheep with her
Lisl: I think Suzanne ought to consider adopting it, Chris
Bien courageuses toutes les deux !
Lisl: They were indeed. Claudine - I can no longer reach your site (I have been trying for about a week)
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 1 Feb 2017, 07:52
Oh, I remember the intimate scene- the sheep and Suzan - lovely persons and walkers!
Lisl: That was on another day when Suzanne and I did a pre-walk. The lamb had remembered her over several weeks
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Feb 2017, 08:06
With the rain we have had here this week, we have water parks, too! Good for you to be out walking despite the weather; its not stopped me cycling - or eating cake. I've seen old photos on a Facebook group of a person who had a pet sheep and it often go on walks with the owner, even to the shops.
Lisl: You are a hardy soul, too, Alan - it's rarely as bad outside as it looks from inside!
  • jpla
  • Anjou
  • 1 Feb 2017, 08:08
Elles ont un air de famille
JP
Lisl: They do indeed
I can see the likeness in your sister Lisl.
Lisl: She's not my sister, Chad. She's my friend!
They look very happy and there is a strong resemblance. Dressed for anything too!
Lisl: As it happened, it only drizzled, and we had a nice lunch to finish
They certainly carry a family resemblance. What a sweet shot with the lamb!
Lisl: This lamb is very attached to Suzanne, and I think the feeling is mutual
  • Hugh Soar
  • England
  • 1 Feb 2017, 11:12
Three contented souls.! I've never understood why black sheep should be linked with disreputable behaviour. !
Lisl: You should see this one, Hugh - most badly behaved - see my picture or 17 December!
Perhaps I should walk more than I do, the lunch bit at the end would be something to look forward to.
Lisl: We always have a lunch, Brian. If it is just a morning's walk, normally in a pub, but if it is an all-day walk we take a picnic.
Nice colored portraits
Lisl: Thank you, Marie - good to be seen if we get lost!
they sure look alike Lisl... Suzanne would make a wonderful Sheppard... she just need a hook at the end of her staff....petersmile
Lisl: She would, Peter
Fine wt weathere gear!
Lisl: Needed, Tom!
  • CherryPie
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Feb 2017, 00:53
They look so happy, bright and colourful and having fun smile
Lisl: It was a good day, Cherie, thank you

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