Cheetahs In My Shoes

living with the imaginary menagerie and all that it entails

The Gallery – Family

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Whilst away during half term we visited Becky Falls on Dartmoor.  It homes unwanted pets and has a great little education programme that allows you to get up close and personal with all sorts of animals, cute and cuddly and big and scaly – the Cheetah Keeper reporting with great pride that he got to stroke a “Boeing Constrictor”.  My DH doesn’t really feature on the blog (at his request) so this is about as close to a picture of my family that you’ll get…

No we can’t have a hamster

 

Author: Jenny

Life, photos and recipes mixed with family life, additional medical needs and a whole load of imaginary friends

22 thoughts on “The Gallery – Family

  1. ‘Boeing Constrictor’ … that’d be one heck of a snake to go for a plane!
    Loving the photo, it’s really lovely 🙂 x

  2. Lovely photo! I love the concentration! Probably best not to have a hamster, might upset the cheetahs

  3. But mum, it would complete the family ;-)!

  4. Oh no, not the dreaded, ‘can we have a hamster, mum?’

    Greta picture.

  5. Loved that “Boeing Constrictor”, so cute! Great pic.
    PS: no hamster for us, but Lovely Rabbit instead…

    • I would secretly *ooops!* love one of the little black and white rabbits but our lifestyle and health doesn’t really make it an option… we’ll settle on visiting others instead 🙂

  6. Becky Falls is so pretty! I love the look of awe and wonderment on the children’s faces. Your OH has a nice hand lol x

  7. Yikes, a boeing constrictor – not at all cuddly. Love the family hamster experience x.

  8. mine DH doesn’t either.
    I had a fab photo of him I wanted to use… oh well.
    Love hamsters – they really are little trouble an don’t last long 😉

  9. Cute children. Cute hamster. But don’t get one. They are evil!

  10. Snakes in a plane! Funee will be up tomorrow if you fancy linking it

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