I have to sit down and rest after tip toeing through the tulips! I know I’ve been close to here before but not exactly this photo. So perhaps it’s in the archives…
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Hmmm…I know those are tulips, but the first thing that ran through my head was some weird dood squealing POPPIES! POPPIES! POPPIES!
I think it has something to do with this oddball the people used to listen to. Dr. Demento. Sheesh, I think he’s their shrink…
We think you are hanging out in a beautiful field of flowers!!MOL…We’re no good at finding you, Chey, sorry!!…xo…Calle, Halle, Sukki
Karen Jo says
I have only seen fields of tulips like that in one place. Are you in the tulip fields near Schipol Airport in Holland?
Beautiful place, whenever it is. You know I have given up on this game long ago, don’t you? I’m just here to see you.
Are you at a Skagit Valley tulip farm?
Are you at Keukenhof Gardens in “Lisse” , The Netherlands? Kareltje at Kareltje en Ikke’s blog had some pictures of the Keukenhof Gardens a few days ago. Wherever you are, those tulips sure do make me think SPRING!
Gandalf, Grayson, Whitey and Gracie says
Tulips, yes. Holland perhaps? Just for fun, we’ll say the Tulip Festival in Hollamd, Michigan. Other than that, we got nuttin’.
Katz (And Other) Tales says
Yup, Keukenhof. I grew up not far from there; Amsterdam and Abcoude!
Eric and Flynn says
We are too late! We knew this one because we also saw the tulip fields at Keukenhof on Kareltje’s blog. It’s mum’s fault. Usually she turns the computer on before breakfast, but not today!
I think the G’s are right – Holland Michigan, it’s a very pretty place!
Sniffie and the Florida Furkids says
There are tulip fields in Michigan???? We learn so much from your blog!
Sniffie and the Florida Furkids
Sweet Praline says
Tip toe through the tulips with me! I don’t know where you are, but we could have lots of fun in the tulips together!
The Island Cats says
Aw, we were gonna say Holland, Michigan too…but the 4Gs beat us to it…
The Meezers says
WOW!! lookit the buffet! I LOVE tulips! They are extremely YUMMY. Wherever you are I want to go there! – Sammy
I know I know I know!
Are you at the Tulip Festival in Mount Vernon Washington?
I agree with Simba…I think? Y’all have a wonderful weekend!
Laila and Minchie says
How about the LaConner tulip farm in Mt. Vernon, WA?
I will give it to ‘Kaika, Cory and Laila and Minchie. La Conner is a city in the Skagit Valley that participates in the Tulip Festival that is often credited to Mt. Vernon–which is a larger city that is across the freeway from them.
The Poupounette says
Lovely flowers, wherever they happen to be…
Ayla and Iza says
Aw, we are too late! Not that we knew annyway, but we were too late ta even search… MOL!
Zippy, Sadie and Speedy says
Well, once again mom being “bizzy” haf screwed us…We gotta hire some new help.
Derby and Ducky says
Pretty, can’t wait until our flowers bloom.
Pixel and Samba says
I was going to say Holland , netherlands
China Cat says
Willow and I were sure that it was in Holland, Michigan because our Big Janitor Dad went almost there one time. We like to sniff flowers when he brings them home for our Food Lady!
Purrrrrrrrs, China Cat
Milo and Alfie says
Yoo are in the Tulip fields of Amsterdam in Holland!
Teri and the cats of Furrydance says
We can neffurr guess any of the places, we must be “house cats” and neffurr travel!
Hey, there’s an Award waiting for you over at our blog!
PDX pride says
We just now made it to your bloggie to visit, but that’s a beautiful picture of the LaConner tulip fields! 🙂 Mommy and her mommy have been there lots of times and have taken some great shots of it as well. Wonderful place! 🙂 It’s in our state, too, although it’s 4 hours north of us.
What I wouldn’t do to be tip-toeing through such a beautiful field!