For anyone new to The House on Red Hill, I’m hooked on cow creamers. We buy one (or two) whenever we go on a trip. Or K buys one for me whenever he goes on a trip, and with his work he’s been on a lot of trips. So we have a lot of cows. 38 as I’ve just learned.
Before the cows went up, K had to build a couple of shelves.
So the cows are unpacked and have finally come home. First I rounded them up on the counter . . .
And let them have a good stretch after being boxed up for six years . . .
Then up they went. . .
It took me three evenings. That's a lot of Quake Hold.
There are black & white cows . . .
And a brown cow with a pink twin sister. . .
There are brown and cream cows with pink flowers painted on them . . .
Here’s an anomaly. She doesn’t hold cream. . .
Here are my two tiniest cows, under the protective watch of big Mother Moose (or maybe that's Auntie Elk. I'm not up on all my North American ungulates) . . .
So while you’re waiting, head over to Hooked on Houses and see what everyone else is hooked on.