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Took a drive through the Hayden Valley on our snowcoach tour this day, hoping to see some wildlife. Came across a few trumpeter swans and lots of bison, most of whom were napping and/or facing away from us and weren’t interested in having their photo taken. This one, on the other hand, was walking right down the middle of the snow packed road, headed straight towards us. It veered off the road right before reaching our bus, walked up the hillside and then started trotting down the hill after it cleared us. Couldn’t resist a shot or two of him in motion with that beautiful blue sky and snowy landscape as a backdrop. They are such massive, impressive creatures.
Out of town on business until tomorrow evening, so I will catch up with everyone soon. Have a great Tuesday, and as always, thanks for all your visits and comments!!!!
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Back into the unposted archives—seen during the Thurman Fall Farm Tour—October 6, 2012—at Peru Llama Farm. “The farm is located at 661 High St. in Athol, at the intersection with Charles Olds Road. Visitors are asked to park on High St. near the Toad Hill Maple Farm sign.”
The day we visited, the llama had tired of giving kisses & warned us to keep our distance. I wasn’t too disappointed, since I’m not a big one for animal kisses!
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Another Explore, just a week after the last one. What’s going on? At least, this is a kind of cute picture.