Join the two of us. Hand-crafted cabins and more. Sled dogs. Cows, horses, chickens, goats, sheep, pigs, rabbits and more...on our 40 acres. We are not self-sufficient. We are God-sufficient.
I see your collection of hawk feathers just like I have. My hubby and Jack the dog go for walks and find them and bring them home to me. I hope that Russ is mending and you have some help with your work.
I love that you can interact with your goats while doing laundry!
I am guessing they are not supposed to be on the lawn or on the porch??!! We have a couple of escape artists, too. Guess the grass is always greener on the other side!
The goats are cute. Love the pics.
It certainly looks like they are scanning the horizon for the next thing to pillage!
Nice goats they are so sweet I really do like goats, but have never had any, they are some nice photos the goats look to be enjoying themselves I hope they are supposed to be there, if not I hope they are easy to catch.RegardsEdward
Pillage is a good word Sue! Sherri B. ~ those are actually turkey feathers I have saved, from walks, like you. Hawk feathers would be awesome! Terri from Our Crazy Farm...I hate to admit it, but I let them out. The only problem is, they were babied so much as little ones, they follow me everywhere. Right after that picture was snapped, the buck, Levi, didn't care for his refection in the window. You guessed it. Well, that sent the two (he and Rachael) back to their enclosure, which wasn't an easy task. I'm resigned to the fact they aren't my "babies" any more. They are "producers". Period. :)
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