Thank you, Christine. It's a wonderful place.
Lots of wonders there! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie
And you, my friend.Hugs received and returned.
Whatever the creature is in the second last photo, it has very powerful looking claws.
I think, emphasis on think, it's a capybara.
Sure a nice little spot. The last critter seems a bit miffed. Maybe you got his bad side lol
I blush to admit that occasionally happens. So it's a distinct possibility.
Rabbit needs a haircut.
When I first saw it, I had to take a second look before I realized it was a rabbit:)
If that's a groundhog, I want to have a word or two with him.
Yay to the tropical fruits and pretty purple flowers, Super Sandra! The cute critters look so adorable and fun! Hugs...RO
Wouldn't it be great to have a coconut, banana and mango tree in your back yard?:)Hugs received and returned.
The beauty...the critters...love it all Sandra and I thank you for sharing these gorgeous photos~Hugsxoxoxo
So glad you enjoyed them, Jan.Hugs received and returned.
capybara we bee thinkin ???!!! ☺☺♥♥
I think you're right, FSG.
What a place! Such an amazing place. Enjoy.
It was amazing, Susan. The highlight of the trip:)
Wow, such beauty in all the photos!
It was a beautiful spot:)
Glad you liked them, Regine.
Love the flowers there...so vibrant. The fruit tastes so good and I love mango. For some reason the Capybara gives me the Willies because it looks so much like a huge rat
I just converted to mango last summer. It is tasty.I think the Capybara basically is a large rat or at least a cousin:)
Thanks for sharing these awesome pics Sandra, a joy to the eye.Yvonne..
I'm so glad you liked them, Yvonne;)
You hit the jackpot when you went here. The photos are just fabulous!
We did hit the jackpot:) Thanks, Jeanie.
Love that hare.Good eye finding them
Isn't he something? I can just envision him with a bedhead cut:)Thanks, Steve.
Wow, great photos!! Those two cute little critters, I want to hug! LOL! Gorgeous plants! Big Hugs!