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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

We are still setting up a utility sink it seems to be a very slow process. I guess that is because we are multi tasking and trying to do to much. We have been letting the Alpaca boys out in our front property then we put them back in their pen and let the horse out it seems to be working good then they get some grass and not so much hay. The new goats are starting to tame down still not sure of me but some are coming up and they sure do love grain.
Our head count is now 41 Angora goats, 7 sheep, 1 horse, 1 mule, 1 donkey, 25 chickens, 1 duck, 1 Emu, 1 pot belly pig,2 pink pigs, 5 Alpaca. 1 llama, 3 cows, 3 cats, 1 wild cat, 10 dogs, 35 rabbits, 1 parrot, 1 hamster, and several fish. So how much hay do think I will need?
I really love to spend time outside and watch the animals they all have so much character everyone has there own unique personality. I love to sit out with the goats we have one little baby who is so bad she bites our pants, the back of our boots, and paws us she is the goat who is always in the feeder and she is still really tiny.
Some of our fruit trees are in blossom and they smell so good I will be out watering and every now and then a nice smells comes through.
Have a wonderful day tomorrow take the time to enjoy the changes of the season smell the blossoms, hear the birds and enjoy the tulips and hyacinths.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You always seem to amaze me!

Hope you had a lovely birthday.

Love you & Miss you.