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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Not the usual sight...

in our neck of the woods.


Yes. It's a camel.


He was not too interested in the gawkers.


He just went right on about the business of eating.

My husband says I already shared these photos but I don't remember doing that. 
If I did, I apologize that you're seeing them again :)


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Rurality Blog Hop #34

16 comments:

  1. I thought you were going to remind us that it is "hump day"....Where did you see this big fellow? I hope not in your yard.....

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    1. I guess he can be kind of twofold :) Just driving around one of the back roads in Rutherford County one day and there he was.

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  2. hehe...the camel made me laugh :) We get elk and deer in our yard, but no camels - bummer for us! :) Thanks for sharing. Hugs to you!

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    1. I wish I could say we get elk in our yard but on occasion we do get deer. But you know, I have chickens in mine ;)

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  3. Beautiful are the photos of the camel!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  4. Great shots of a very independent camel ~ thanks, carol ^_^

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    1. And very uninterested :) Thanks for coming by, Carol.

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  5. Wow, that is a surprise♫ My Rurality: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/happy-trails/

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  6. Maybe an amish farm? I have been reading that some have camels.

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    1. NC only has one Amish settlement and it isn't in our area. I guess someone just likes owning a camel :)

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  7. A camel in NC? He must feel out of place there! Cool pics, Anne!

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    1. Talk about being surprised! We had to turn around and go back so I get the pictures :) I mean, no one would believe it, right?

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  8. How cool is that. If you did already share, I missed them, so glad you posted.

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