Tiny Hippo's Main Chaperon

Tiny Hippo’s main chaperon

Meanderings Abound is filled with things that make up my life, I like to focus on travel, food, and cuteness.

A special guest on the blog is Mr. Burrower best know as Tiny Hippo. He is a small purple hippo who is normally very shy but his love of travel and photography make him come out of his shell.

The photos were taken by my husband or myself.

49 thoughts on “About

  1. It was so nice of you to stop by my blog today and like my post ” Roast Pork Chops with apples and onions”. I hope you stop back again soon. I’ve looked over what you offer here and found some interesting offerings about travel and photography. Carolyn

  2. Happy New Year! Thank you kindly for visiting Ancestreats dot com & liking our “Coquito” recipe post. We do hope you visit again soon! And, perhaps you and the Burrower have a family favorite recipe you would like to share with our global community. He looks like he may have some creative dishes to share. πŸ™‚

    • Oh my yes, he would love to submit a recipe to Ancestreats. We will have to have a family huddle to come up with something great to share! How very exciting, thanks for getting in contact with us. Happy New Year!

      • Excellent! We look forward to your recipe submission. It will be fun to see what you come up with – especially since you’re the first to huddle with a tiny hippo. πŸ™‚

  3. Thank you for visiting my blog. I have just had a lovely time meandering around your blog. Your photos are beautiful. Your UK posts reminded me of my holidays in the UK. πŸ™‚

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  5. I love the gorgeous Tiny Hippo, he has made me smile on a few down days! I look forward to seeing more of his adventures! x

  6. Thanks for stopping by on Jule’s Olde Arte Blogge which sent me this way.
    Burrower is a real cracker! Hope to read more about his adventures. *off to hit the follow button*
    Greetings from Germany, Jule

  7. Hello,
    Thanks for liking my (F)FSM post. I just started my needle felting blog, so more creatures will be appearing soon. I hope you get a chance to stop by again.
    Wishing you and Burrower well, blklw.

  8. Thank you for the “Like” on my website, εˆ†γ‹γ‚ŠγΎγ›γ‚“γ€‚ I am glad you like it. Come and visit more.

    You have wonderful blog. I will be visiting often.

  9. Hi Burrower (and friends!),
    I really enjoy your blog and I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Blog Award.

    Here are the Liebster Blog Award rules:
    1. Link back to the blogger who presented the award to you (that’s my site).
    2. Answer the questions posted for you in my blog.
    3. Copy and paste the blog award on your blog.
    4. Present the Liebster Blog Award to three blogs with 200 followers or less who you feel deserve to be noticed.
    5. Let them know they have been chosen by leaving a comment on their blog.

    It’s okay if you choose not to participate, you still need to know I really enjoy your blog and look forward to my email reminders. Happy New Year!

  10. We have the same hippo! Wondering if you could share tips about how you clean him? Thank you for sharing such wonderful pictures πŸ™‚

  11. Hi, can you let me know where to get the tiny hippo? It’s so adorable and I’d love to get one for my wife. We love the traveling pictures of the tiny hippo. Thanks!

    • Awe that is very sweet! Tiny Hippo is rather old, I got him about 8 years ago, the only place you are likely to find your own hippo would be on eBay. Good luck!

  12. Hello. I saw an image of yours that showed Winchester Cathedral’s north transept. We would like to use it in a feature in the BBC History magazine, would it be possible to send me your email address so I can contact you with details? Thanks very much

  13. We have a Tiny Hippo too!! She is my daughter’s “Special” hippo. Her name is hippopotamus but we call her hippo for short. She travels with us too and is part of the family. I’ll have to search for some of the pictures we have of her on her travels.

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