With a hint of grace and elegance, a statue Geisha Girl pours life giving water to the wildlife at the manor.
It’s always full of surprises with the visitors that come and go. Both those with feathers and those with fur visit for refreshment.
But best of all was a new discovery today as there are bunnies ! Yes, darling, cute as a button Cotton-Tailed Bunnies. There haven’t been bunnies in the garden for a long time as my cat Tuxedo was a hunter and they knew it. Now that Tuxedo is gone, the bunnies and a rare chipmunk show up at the fountain. Can you tell I’m excited? Think I’m going to go get me some bunny food tomorrow.
You have a lawn and gardens chock full of natural bunny food, why would you want to buy the artificial stuff that they sell? If you want the bunnies to stick around, plant a few green beans between the flowers, the bunnies will chow the plants down as soon as they sprout.
You know me, always of thinking if ways to spoil my critters. Naw wasn’t really going to. He can eat bird food leftovers which evidently he’s been doing.
I love all furries….
However, I don’t wish for bunnies as they eat all my personal food! My dogs usually chase them out tho.
Good doogie..I’m lucky as I have raised beds for my vegetable garden. So far no worries.
How beautiful! Good old Tuxedo is sending his gifts to you from Cat’s Heaven!
You have no idea Fatima. His sister has been watching him with his antics all those years. Now that he is gone, she’s starting to do them ! Jump up, meow, jump down run to the door (let me out!) Meow Meow Meow nonstop (feed me the canned stuff!) Jeez….
I am Spanish. I was born in Alicante and grew up in La Coruña, where my mum and older siblings were born. My dad was from Beas de Segura, a nice white village in Jaén, which we visited as children. I also have relatives in Baena, another beautiful white village in Córdoba, where I spent my 18th birthday with my dad’s brother’s family.
I can make that trip even better as horse riding is a very popular activity around here. I always give horse riders a wide berth on my way to and from work and drive very slowly around them, as I would hate to startle them. I work in a school in the South Downs in West Sussex, very rural! No excuse not to come now!
Enjoy your visit to Galeón Andalucía and please, please, please share more pictures!
Porque no estamos hablando Castellano entonces? Oh wow, I can only imagine how beautiful it is in your father’s village.
I know the horse riders are grateful for your consideration, you’re amazing! Just adding to the temptation aren’t you?
Podemos hablar en castellano si quieres. Cuál es tu relación con España? Tus padres/abuelos? Me alegro mucho de que tengas sangre española. Un beso.