Green Day - an unexpected guest

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:04 AM in



I love squirrels and that you cptured such a wonderful shopt of him in the greenry is awesome! He seems a bit occopied with his find. Blessings

Unexpected but super cute! Great picture!

Hach, ist das süß...

Lieben Gruß

What a cute picture! I'm back from my trip enjoying catching up on all your posts. I loved the berry galette - looks delicious!

Oh what a lovely cute surprise to get. :))

@Bethe77 - he was very occupied, I was grateful for the zoom :)
@Sexta - thank you, the squirrel was very cute!
@Cloudy - danke dir
@Luan - indeed
@Miss B - welcome back, I hope you had a great time!
@Ellie - so true!

What a cute surprise, lovely.

a real cutie. :) popped in from fiona's spot.

@Riet - something nature offers such rare moments!
@Karen :)
@TexWisGirl - welcome!

Hi Claudia

Ah he is such a little cutie
isn't he?

Gorgeous photo.

Hope you have a great weekend Claudia
will you be drinking wine, eating out
and spying on men in little shorts!!!!


@Fiona - you are hilarious! No, this time I will be at a concert enjoying some good music :)

Adorable capture!

Cute shot of the squirrel, stopping by from Green Day. Happy Friday!

Lovely Green Day photos. Cute squirrel.

Cute shot- Happy Green Day!

@Jill - thank you!
@Eileen - happy weekend!
@Eileen - thank zyou, she was!
@Terri :)

So cute! I love squirrels and I just posted a squirrel Sunday. Yours are so different than ours in Florida. Hope you have a great week!

sweet! I've never seen a red squirrel ...they are super rare round here because we are over run with the grey ones! :) (visiting via Fiona)

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