Fall Harvest and the Gander Count

15 Nov

Even though the garden is done for the year, I’m still preserving the harvest.

I’m working on baking and freezing both squash and pumpkins.

The birds get my left-overs.  They do enjoy it.

Widow goose in back, gander, gander, young goose

I don’t think I’ve ever given the final gander count.  There was one baby that I wasn’t sure about gender.  Well, it is also a gander.

The one with his wings out looking nasty, is really nasty.

I will tell you, there is one gander who is quite the jerk.  He bites at me all the time.  He sticks his head out the fence and bites the goats’ tails and legs and ears.  Some day, he’s really going to regret that when a goat retaliates.

nasty gander and Myson

Two girls; two ganders.

2 Responses to “Fall Harvest and the Gander Count”

  1. anotherday2paradise November 15, 2019 at 4:35 pm #

    You’re always busy with something, Teresa. That naughty gander is really going to cook his own goose one of these days. 😅

  2. Jeanne November 15, 2019 at 6:17 pm #

    I totally agree with the above comment! That gander could well get his “just desserts”!!!

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