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Pigs in the Meadow

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmThe pigs are really in their element around the waters of our pond. I’m fairly certain the beavers don’t know what to make of them. And they are everywhere! Except for when you jump the fence…all you see is their dust!

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Double Brook FarmThey size you up.

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Double Brook FarmAnd when that notion gets into their head, then they come check you out in earnest.

Double Brook FarmA couple stayed by the wallow.

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Double Brook FarmBoy did they get close!

Double Brook FarmSo I beat a hasty retreat and captured them shuffling off back to the wallow…

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