Magnificent Yellowstone Part Four – Birds (and a Dog – Sort Of)

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A magnificent pair of trumpeter swans

photo of a pair of trumpeter swans beside a river in Yellowstone National Park

photo of small bird on dead tree in Yellowstone National Park

photo of common raven in Yellowstone National Park

photo of common raven on fence post in Yellowstone National Park

photo of a pair of common raven on fence in Yellowstone National Park


The Rock helping Pebbles make a new friend.

photo of Pebbles walking on fence approaching a common raven in Yellowstone National Park


No matter how many ways I explained to Pebbles that this dog was painted on the side of this RV she wouldn’t believe me. Even though It. Never. Moved. She was absolutely sure it was real and “It’s really sad he can’t come out. He really, really wants to get out.”

photo of an RV-4-Rent with a painting of a dog looking out the window in Yellowstone National Park


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Wondering who The Rock and Pebbles are? Want to know
why we’re raising Pebbles? And who the heck is OCD Louie?
Find the answers and more on my About My Blog page.

You might also like Eleven Random Facts About Me
and My Answers to Sophie’s Questions on my Liebster page.

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About Mai Stone

“A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon without springs…jolted by every pebble on the road.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher ~ A sense of humor is essential for surviving the pebbles on life’s road. Especially when they’re the size of boulders.
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4 Responses to Magnificent Yellowstone Part Four – Birds (and a Dog – Sort Of)

  1. Gibber says:

    Keep going with your photography! You’ve got talent! Pebbles is adorable.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Miss C says:

    Ah, but why can’t the dog come out? I love Pebbles!

    Like

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