Tuesday, January 20, 2009

This Weekend...

Buddy just couldn't stand being all cooped up so on Sunday he and he alone decided to come looking for Morgan. He flew all the way from the coop to the house and started calling.Morgan was finishing up her chores, so I went out and gave him an arm to the picnic table. Ole would have liked to have given him a mouth to the table but I said NO!
Yeah, you keep a good eye on him Buddy!Morgan finally got out and they visited for a bit then she gave him a piggy back ride to the coop. I really think he just loves all the fun they have together. On Sunday the snow started up again and no one came out but they had visitors.Ole is always trying to lend a mouth!! You be good you naughty boy!
We're hoping for a little sun today but it's still snowing out there this morning.

16 comments:

John Theberge said...

My cat likes to sit on my shoulder just like that bird does, those are some fun photos.

Lynne said...

I love your posts about the guineas. It's nice to know that they have personalities. The pictures of Morgan with Buddy are priceless. They are such gorgeous birds. I wonder if I'm drawn to them because of their featherless heads- like turkeys and turkey vultures 9two of my favorite birds).

Shellmo said...

How sweet that Buddy loves Morgan so much! He must be the most intelligent one of the bunch! Love that last shot of Ole - he is on handsome boy!!

Bird Girl said...

That is one sweet post! The picture of Morgan giving the piggy back ride is just the best! You guys know how to have fun the old fashioned way! What neat memories these guineas are providing!

Carolynn said...

Who's that little white fellow? You have the cutest group of critters there. What a delight it is to come and visit with them all for a while...at least the ones who are brave enough to come out in the snow.

BTW, I have a little something for you to pick up at my place.

HANNIBAL said...

Unbelievable, who knew guineas loved piggyback rides? My guinea education grows...

Mary said...

I believe that is a "guinea back ride"....no piggies :-) They do seem to be such friends. He probably came to tell you to get rid of all this snow...NOW....or in hopes of being invited in the house since he was brave enough to come and find you!

Jenny said...

I just love the Morgan piggy back photos. Sooooo sweet! My hope is that you find a place big enough in Alabama that the Guineas can go with you!

Tina said...

What a brave little bird to march all the way up to your abode looking for some companionship..love the fact that Morgan has such a neat relationship with the guineas!! What a coat that Ole has..some wonderful colors on that doggie..and those eyes..oh my..and who is that little guy who blends into all that snow so well?

Great post Eve..good to see you all are hanging in there with all this weather!!

It's Time to Live... said...

Your posts bring a smile to my face! Thanks.

grammy said...

I laugh at myself because I come here to see those silly birds. Fun to see the antics at your place.

Sandy said...

Love the photos!! Are you anxious for spring?

Eve said...

Thanks all for visiting! For those who asked, Carolynn and Tina, that little white critter is Daisy Lu my sweet baby doll!
Mary...you did good!! I can't believe I didn't come up with the "guinea-back" ride!!! Must have been an early post!

madcobug said...

Cuute pictures of the guinea, Especially the piggy back ride. Helen

Leedra said...

Such an innocent face and you call him naughty!

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A New England Life said...

Honest to pete, I never tire of looking at those birds! They are too funny! My dog would like to have a little 'guinea dinner' too. haa haa!!

Does he really like Morgan that much? Are they that into people?