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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Ducks and Children - Bardstown, Kentucky

Good morning,

These are more of the images I took on our trip to Bardstown, Kentucky, last August. 
The ducks were enjoying a morning splash in the stream that flows through the Pioneer Village.
And, some were clearly uninvited!
There was quite a loud discussion going on.
Then, things settled down quickly...
 ...when humans with food...
 ...arrived.
 The young ladies from the Pioneer Village were tossing pieces of bread from the bridge.
 The ducks were perfectly willing to behave and eat breakfast together.
 Just up stream these darling little girls were playing in the water.

 When I looked across the stream at the church, I realized two ladies, one packing serious heat, and a child had arrived.  ;)

More images to come of the Pioneer Village, cabin interiors, and Civil War Battle Reenactment.

 Best,

Lois

10 comments:

Jan n Jer said...

Great pics...love that last one!

TexWisGirl said...

love the barefoot girls in the stream. :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great title, ducks and kids are both drawn to water.

Happy Days said...

Those are those crazy looking ducks that look part turkey in the face. They are weird looking!! Cute photos of the girls! ...debbie

VP said...

Very nice, the last one is special!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Looks cold to me. I wouldn't want to be in the drink.

Montanagirl said...

Great post and wonderful photos of your visit! I agree with Debbie - are those ducks related to turkeys? lol

Maple Lane said...

Super images, Lois!

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Don't you just love Bardstown! These photos are so much fun. Thanks for sharing them with us!

karen said...

my daughters pre school nursery was in a park and my son and I would wander through to collect her and always feed the ducks...he was a toddler. At that age every animal he saw was a quack quack..dogs, cats...they all would have him shouting quack quack!! I love seeing ducks, it reminds me...and no, he isn't ''intellectually challenged'' just a little duck obsessed perhaps!!