I bet your new neighbours aren't wordless.
You're right - they are surprisingly chatty... and their table manners are atrocious!
Nosy neighbours at that!
The nosiest! They are multiplying too - there are twice as many of them now!
Well, they seem friendly enough :)
They are, Martha. They are also very well behaved!
Their table manners may be atrocious, but there's nothing wrong with their sense of style - black and white are appropriate for any occasion!
The perfect day-to-evening wear.... Now I am having visions of them dancing round handbags. We could be in for a very exciting summer!
I can see they are a-mooo-sed by you , standing, as they are, on the udder side of the gate... ok ok I'll stop now!!
Who can resist milking a cow pun opportunity?
I suppose they are the best neighbours you can have. I love cows and can look at them all day.
They are lovely. They seem inclined to look at us all day too!
Ha!!! They are fantastic waiting at the gate like that! This is wonderful!!!
They are funny. I swear they gather there to watch TV through our sitting room window in the evening!
They look very expectant - are they assuming they are invited for afternoon tea?
If 'afternoon tea' in cow language means "grazing a garden of delicious plants in the hope of filling a corner of one of our stomachs, thereby staving off hunger until dinner" then I fear that they may very well have made the assumption that they are due an invitation to tea. This is a very worrying turn of events.
I'm sure there are worse neighbours you could have ;)
Oh there are and the cows are not the biggest of party animals, thank goodness!
They look like they are waiting for the pub to open!! What perfect neighbours you have. xx
The poor things are in for a long wait. The slugs have drunk all the beer!
Maybe you'll end up with free manure!
Well I certainly don't plan to pay them for it!!!
Let's hope they stay on their side of the fence.
Indeed! They would make very light work of our young plants!
How sweet! I have a soft spot for cows, such lovely big eyes they have :)
These ones seem to be particularly gentle. There have been some thugs in the past!
You're going to need a simpler gate latch otherwise you'll be constantly getting up to let them in and out.
Ha! Either that or they will have to learn to tiptoe over the cattle grid!
Looks like you have some nosy neighbors!
They are inquisitive creatures. They are a lesson in standing and staring.