Gosling Pool

18 Jul

Our weather has taken a turn towards ridiculous hot again.  After two days of finding one of the goslings in the water bucket and unable to get out.  I decided it was time to give them the big kiddie pool back.

The one little gosling was in it right away.

The big gosling soon followed.

Eventually, all three goslings did make it in, but that was later in the day.

Everyone could get in and out.

The thing that surprised me is that Widow Goose just stood there and kept an eye on the youngings and didn’t get in herself.

She is such a good mom!

I do hope she gets to get in and get wild in the water soon.  It’s been a while since she’s gotten to do that.

One Response to “Gosling Pool”

  1. Jeanne July 21, 2019 at 11:57 am #

    I realize this comment is a bit late, but the story you tell is so sweet I have to thank you for writing it! It will be fun to see the goslings grow up.

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