This is the llama I talked to while John was on the phone with his sister for forever. I had to find something to entertain myself with and this was the lucky guy/gal. Look closely at the mouth you can tell it is talking to me.
If you read Sheila's comment in the last post about the Ze-Donk she saw when she lived in San Antonio she stirred my memory. I remember seeing it too. It was part zebra and part donkey. It is not too far from here where it lived but I don't know if it could still be alive or not. There was an old store there and they had other animals outside to look at and if I remember correctly some birds. Sheila said a monkey too.
Someone ask what kind of turtles mine (not really mine I just claim them) are. I don't know what kind they are. They are just common turtles that some ponds and stock tanks have around here. The thing that surprises me and I have mentioned before is this stock tank with all the turtles doesn't have any frogs in it. Another tank on another place was loaded with frogs and no turtles. Do you think the turtles eat the tadpoles? I like frogs too and liked to sneak up to the edge of that stock tank and watch the frogs jump into the water. They make a tiny little sound as they jump in and you don't see them in the mud until they jump. I miss these frogs as John gave that ranch up after leasing it for thirty eight years.