Hay Head

Nov
3


Dr. Pepper, after a particularly hearty meal in the hay. Youngsters, they are so enthusiastic!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 3, 2011  

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  1. 11-3
    4:02
    pm

    I’ve heard of bed-head, but come on Dr. Pepper! Supper head? Really? Table manners!! Oh yeah, that’s right, that bale of hay isn’t on a table is it? :chicken:

  2. 11-3
    4:30
    pm

    Dr. Pepper is a little late for halloween, but better late then never

  3. 11-3
    10:29
    pm

    Are you sure that is Dr Pepper??? Looks prego to me?????Very full
    !!

  4. 11-4
    8:26
    am

    What a sweet face on that boy. There’s just something about a shot of a farm animal peering through a gate that I love. I used to try to get them to move back so the gate wasn’t in the picture. Then I realized they are farm animals. Waiting at the gate is what they do!

  5. 11-4
    11:09
    am

    Just like a baby with spaghetti!

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