Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Fourth of July from all of us at Bee Haven Acres!



I have to agree with Ben Franklin that the turkey would have made
a perfect American symbol... rather than the bald eagle!

And now a patriotic salute from the Farm,
as a few of your friends perform our National March by John Philip Sousa....

"All together now.....Three cheers for the red, white, and blue...."


Maven:  "Hey girls, you're marching the wrong way!"
(Donkeys aren't so great with choreography!)


Ollie:  "I wanna hold the flag!"
Red: (muffled, with flag in mouth) "Mine!"


Maven:  "Nice marching, Chloe!"
"Daphne, don't drop the flag!"


Ollie:  "Mmmommm...Red's gonna drop his flag!"


Maven:  "Everyone....please keep your flags off the ground.
Now, once again, from the top...."

Well, it looks as though we need a little more rehearsal.
So, while you are all celebrating the holiday with cookouts, fireworks, and picnics...
we'll be here on the farm, fine tuning our act!

Hope you have the very best Independence Day.
Looks like our critters are asserting their own independence!

PS...if you missed Monday's post....check it out!
We are having a giveaway.
And I am adding to the prize.... 7 very badly behaved equines!

18 comments:

  1. Happy July 4th to Bee Haven Acres....what an adorable post. Even your animals are proud to be Americans! Have a wonderful day celebrating.

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  2. Happy 4th to you! I would love to win the badly behaved seven! :)

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  3. Happy 4th to you and yours. Such talented animals. Mine would probably poke themselves in the eye.

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  4. Oh the photos are soo cute ! Hope you and your family have a Happy ID day !

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  5. Happy July 4th to you and your family. It looks like the animals did an awesome job to me.

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  6. What a great celebration at Bee Haven Acres! The critters are working so hard on their moves :) LOL Love it! Thanks for this--made my morning brighter!!
    Hugs, Amy :)

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  7. Happy 4th to you and all your family at the farm. If you want to see a seasoned performance, you should visit Carson at 7MSN. Her crew has great experience and probably parade skills that your group can aspire to. :-))

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  8. Happy Fourth to you. Very creative post. Have a wonderful celebration today.

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  9. Practice, practice,practice..They could use a little more?? Fun post..Enjoy your day....

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  10. Thank you for the nice parade! The animals on your farm are so lucky...your pictures show that they receive much love and attention and what joy they bring to your life. The pictures are so cute and I hope rehearsal goes well today.
    God Bless American and Happy July 4th to you and your animals!

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  11. Too funny. Imagine all the fun we could have if we got our herds together in the same place for one giant parade.

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  12. Happy 4th!!! It truly is a day to be free and independent, you go for it magnificent seven!!! Love this post of you critters helping us celebrate! Happy 4th to your family!

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  13. Very cute....hope you all have a wonderful fourth!!

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  14. I love the parade prep by your furbabies...great fun. Oma Linda

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  15. Oh! For Goodness sake!
    You ARE SO Right!!!
    Look at that wonderful Bird;
    All dressed up in his most splendoriffic
    Colors!!
    He's RED, WHITE
    AND BLUE!!!
    WoW!!
    Happy Independance Day to All of you!
    *~*

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  16. I love this post, those animals are just adorable :)

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  17. Soooooo cute (and creative as always!!)!!!!!!

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  18. hey your 'kids' did a way better job of marching in the 4th of July family parade....my 2 kitties napped through the whole thing! lol!

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