Sunday, June 29, 2008

all sorts

It's been a hectic week finishing some orders. Thanks for all your sweet words about Cupcake, he found his new mummy within minutes and he will be joining some other Bumpkin Bears very soon, so there will be quite a party :) It was a good day at the Animal Park last week, my favourites were the koalas where there were some little ones too. There was someone dressed up as a giant koala going round the zoo for the visiting kids but I hadn't seen it, turned around and there he was - I jumped out of my skin much to everyone's amusement! I've got a wee film of the koalas and am learning a new film making package so will try and work out how to publish it here when I get a moment. In the meantime here are some photos, there was also a baby rhino which was so cute, they just look so funny - really prehistoric like you expect a dinosour to be just around the corner!! Yeah, I've got quite an imagination! Enjoy the photos :) Hugs, catherine x





5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous animals Catherine! Really great photos too.

    Hugs, Sarah x

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  2. Excellent photos of the animals. It looks like you went right into their pens! Wow!
    I just got all caught up on all of your posts and left comments on all of them, if you care to go and have a look. I loved your pictures of France and looking at your new creations. I know I have been missing in action for a while and I am glad to be back.

    I missed you!

    Hugs!

    Wendy

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  3. thanks so much Sarah and Wendy, lovely to see you back here Wendy - missed seeing you around too :)
    Hugs, Catherine x

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  4. Lovely to see the koala and kangaroo again. We saw them at the beginning of the year in Australia. The koala is at the top of my list of favourites, they are so cute and spend most of their time asleep, lucky things! x

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  5. Grrrrrrr......... blinkin' koalas! Do you know they masquerade as Bears?
    They're not Bears! Not!
    Not, I say!
    They're Not-A-Bears!



    Hurrumpff!
    Silly beak-nosed-tree-huggers.

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