Tuesday, October 04, 2005

I love sea lions!

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14 comments:

Quotidian Grace said...

AW! That's so cute--it looks like the sea lion is grooming itself.

SpookyRach said...

I think her nose was itchy.

Friday Mom said...

Cute. I love them too. I had a favorite place on the coast in Northern California where I would go to watch them. So much fun!

Headless-in-GR said...

Maybe she was sneezing...A-CHOO!

Captainwow said...

kissing her flipper? maybe thaat's what she's doing.

reverendmother said...

Sea lions are so cool. All shiny and grey.

jonboy said...

Looks like Jackson

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

It looks like it is being bashful. And dang, the head part does indeed look like Jackson!

Did you take this pic Rach?

SpookyRach said...

Actually, she was scratching her nose because a fly had been bugging her. And yes - I took this picture last week.

If it turns out that reincarnation is the way to go, I wanna be a sea lion.

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

Dang...and I only saw prairie dogs. Totally missed the sea lion!

Christmas Lights in June, Texas said...

Did the sea lions come after we left? Damn the Accounting test! I can't believe I missed the sea lions. Why didn't yall call me? I would have come back!

Lorna said...

wow! beautiful picture Rach. really beautiful. I love all those folds, like each one would hold a secret surprise.

you saw this in the wild? green with envy (yeah I suffer from envy too you know!)

be blessed :)

SpookyRach said...

No, it wasn't in the wild. Princess Mindy and Christmas Lights are just very confused. It was at an attraction/show at the fair last week.

Usually they have racing pigs, (yee-ha.) but this year they went with a sea lion show.

Purechristianithink said...

Oh me too! I went on the 2nd grader zoo field trip yesteray and the see lions were my favorite part. I could have stayed there the whole time. Come to Newport, OR someday. The sea lions love to hand out by the fish processing facility. You can hear them from miles away.