Playing in Pasture

5 Apr

When I let Bambi and Astra onto the front pasture and put Mary in the garage (for her hoof), I also made other changes.

I let the rest of the goats together.  That means all my moms are with everyone else going out on the Back Forty. By the way, I’ve done another two hours of fence hobbling to keep the goats in.

The kids had a lot of fun playing out there. Onyx (below) is just so cute!


Just some of the kids.

Just some of the kids

Freddie and Marin are checking out the fallen tree.

Bronc was having fun climbing on the tree.

Again, just some of the kids. The big kid on the left is Uno, just to see how big he’s gotten.

Bronc in the tree; Onyx trying to jump up there to join him.

Popcorn goes out with me and plays with the kids, but he follows me back to the barnyard too.

Ruby was also trying to climb that tree.


Onyx was trying to figure out how to join her sister up there.

Check out the video of Ruby figuring out how to climb in the tree.

They do make me smile watching them.  Here’s another video you can see them in.

You might have noticed that inserting the videos is new for me. I just created a YouTube Channel for Eden Hills, and I can now add them to my blog posts! I’ll try not to overload you with too many videos.

3 Responses to “Playing in Pasture”

  1. janicead April 5, 2020 at 6:55 pm #

    Hubby watched the video. “They are cute as a bug”.

  2. anotherday2paradise April 5, 2020 at 8:18 pm #

    Adorable! 😍

  3. Jeanne April 5, 2020 at 8:23 pm #

    The videos are a lot of fun! I was wondering for a bit, whether Ruby was going to be able to get down!! I love hearing their little voices, too. Bronc and Ruby have very pretty markings, though not quite as appealing as Popcorn does.

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