Uh oh, looks like they want in. They may remember being reared in that little cage in the kitchen.
Ruh-roh!They're heeere...they're watching you...
They look like my bluebirds - all lined up on the rail waiting for you! Funny!
Oh...I sure knew that was gonna happen! Hilarious!!!
LOL>.. wait till they follow you children to school/bus... "How embarassing!"
Too late Stacey!! You must have missed this one!! http://sunnysideup-eve.blogspot.com/2008/09/guineas-turn-to-say-goodbye.html
That one on the right is looking at the temperature. I reckon they think it's warmer on your porch! (-:
These pictures are hilarious! Definitely a great example of a pic worth a 1000 words! Have you taught them to knock three times yet? Great post! Thanks for sharing these...
LOL, it looks like they think it's feeding time.
Trick or treat! Hmmmm.....little cozy guinea houses on the deck?
I knew they would catch up with you eventually Evie.
I think they look friendly and would like a cup of tea! Ha,ha! Great photos!P.S. I have today's post dedicated to you.
Very funny! I had a lamb that used to do this. Well, sit outside the door - not balance on the porch railing. I hope you invited them in - it would've been RUDE not to! :-)
I adore your guineas, you wouldn't like to send one over would you? :)Great photos.
One of my first guineas used to hang out on my deck rail and peck on my bedroom window and "Buckwheat" at the top of her lungs every morning. It got to the point when I was trying to sleep in on the weekend I would leave my window partway open with the screen off so I could huck a shoe at her. Didn't phase her one bit (probably because of my lousy aim) :)
Thanks everyone,Danni, That was the room they grew up in, they are grown up and have their own home now!! Ha Ha! You made me laugh Tammy! I haven't had to throw anything yet! But I did have to politely ask them to remove themselves from the porch a couple of time...my husband isn't as polite as me!!
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