Light Snow

Our silly goats seem to enjoy being out in the snow.  When I went out to get them their hay, they were all out in the pasture instead of their run in.

All the goats ran over to me, except one.  She had managed to get one end of some baling wire stuck in her mohair and then the other end wrapped around a tree.

It was not hard to get her loose, but she had been there for a couple of hours, I’m afraid.  She was being very stoic.  She stood patiently while I cut her mohair from the wire, and then she very primly walked over the the hay to eat.

It’s early for snow here – a lot of leaves are still on trees.  We are due for a hard winter, though, it’s been years since we have had much of a winter, and we need one – it kills off all the bad things like flies and other bugs.  Yes, I’m ready for a true winter.

About Beth Donovan

Wife. Mom. Grandma. fiber artist, goat farmer, messy housekeeper, decent cook. Oh, and I can shoot. Really well.
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