Sunday, August 23, 2009

Elderberries, Animals, a Window, a Church and Signs

The weather still is beautiful over here so we went out today for our customary sunday walk to Garnwerd. The elderberries are already ripe we noticed, so we'll have to go pick them soon to make wine.

We encountered lots of animals today. These cows were being lazy and enjoying the sunny weather.

This sheep looked like he wanted to taste something new so I was glad he couldn't get near me.

I don't think I'm a scary pig, but this horse thought differently and acted very skittish around me.

In Garnwerd I saw a very nice looking window and I tried peering through it to see if the inside of the building was just as nice.

The window was a perfect place for a rest at least.

We also paid a visit to the church in Garnwerd. it's a beautiful old church I think.

This sign is next to the church and I think you can guess what it means.

On our way home we saw this sign at a farm. It says: For Sale: real dutch honey, straight from the beekeeper. My owner loved seeing this sign as she used to have a totebag with these bees on it when she was a teen.


Eve Noir said...

What a nice trip. The window is nice as is the church. I always like the signs you come across. (One of my fave things about Sullivan's travels.)

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday and I hope you have a great week. Take care.

Irish Chicken Soup said...

Very nice. I also never noticed your green spots on your sides before, Sullivan. No wonder you're so special.

The Queen of Clearance said...

Your a brave pig, Im terrified of most animals! lol. Not sure why?

Urok Burok said...

What a nice trip, you made Sullivan. And
wonderful pictures too, especially the
window.Indeed it was a perfect place for a rest and also an interesting object for a
picture. The bees are funny...

Found art blog said...

I think the horse was a bit shy. You're not scarey at all. You're not big enough.

Hammie en Gea said...

Love the window too. And the bees...
Have you seen the blue cow I met yesterday???
G. tasted Elderberry wine the last day before the summerholliday. One of her colleagues got given a bottle from a student who did her internship at her school. The day after she bought one so Harry could taste it too.Your owner makes the wine herself??? And what about the flowers of a post sometime ago? Did they make wine too???

Sullivan McPig said...

Thanks everyone!