Born in the USA

Happy 4th of July to all my American friends and I hope that you have a great holiday.

10 Years ago I was adopted by a tribe of Native Americans that I found living in my woods in East Sussex. I learned their customs and I learned to talk to them and they accepted me into their lives. I came to love them very much.

Grey squirrel

Grey squirrel


Grey squirrelYou know the old riddle, “Which of your children do you love the most?” The answer is, “The one that needs me the most.”

This little critter has probably got me into more fights than all of the other animals put together so there is a bond here. Plus we lived together for many years.

So I think that entitles me to a drink on Β the 4th of July, don’t you?

Grey Squirrel

Grey Squirrel

Grey Squirrel

Grey Squirrel

Grey Squirrel

Grey SquirrelHi Nick, that’s Nick we were friends (Blood brothers)

Grey SquirrelHi Nick.

Grey SquirrelOkay he is not really American, he was born here as were his parents and theirs. He is as native as you or I. I just fancied a drink, it’s been a long time since St Patrick’s Day.

Have a great day American Friends.

6 thoughts on “Born in the USA”

  1. Oh Jude. I could walk into my camp and shout “Squiz!” and the animals would come running out of the trees. I loved that place πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Thanks for invoking that memory πŸ™‚


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