Walking from poop to poop

You know you're walking in tree-less terrain when your son starts using cow plops as landmarks!  Poop is something we talk about a lot right now, mainly because we'd really like Milo to put his own in the potty rather than in his undies.  Animal poop seems to be a particular interest of Milo's, and on our walk today we encouraged him onward by pointing out several sizable specimens.  Milo and I went walking with our friend Jennifer (Jeremiah is out hunting this weekend) on a path along Pigeon Bay, out on the Banks Peninsula towards Akaroa.  It's all steep pasture for cattle and sheep now, though at one time it was woods.

You know you’re walking in tree-less terrain when your son starts using cow plops as landmarks! Poop is something we talk about a lot right now, mainly because we’d really like Milo to put his own in the potty rather than in his undies. Animal poop seems to be a particular interest of Milo’s, and on our walk today we encouraged him onward by pointing out several sizable specimens. Milo and I went walking with our friend Jennifer (Jeremiah is out hunting this weekend) on a path along Pigeon Bay, out on the Banks Peninsula towards Akaroa. It’s all steep pasture for cattle and sheep now, though at one time it was woods.

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