Free at Last

25 Jun

Hilda was pretty sure I was never going to let her out of the Love Shack, but it’s been so rainy.  I didn’t want her kids to get left in pasture during a thunderstorm.  They just needed to get a little more size to them because pasture is quite the jungle right now.

Those are big goats walking towards me.  You can’t even see the kids.

Avril and Pluto (can’t tell you who it is behind them)

Luckily Hilda was easy to find.  I immediately saw she had stitch with her.

There’s Purl.

She let them nurse, and then they went to catch up to the rest of the herd.

So far they are doing a really good job of sticking with their maa.

I just hope they keep it up.  Purl is still sweet,

but I’m not sure she’d answer me if I called to her.

4 Responses to “Free at Last”

  1. Jeanne at 6:02 pm #

    Yes, you really do have a tall stand of pasture grass! It’s amazing! I could tell those were full grown goats walking toward you, but how you could figure out a couple of names, seems a mystery, since all I could see were horns and ears. Maybe Purl can be trained to come when called? Like with a treat?

    • Teresa at 8:24 pm #

      She’s too little for treats–all mom’s milk and just nibbling on grass. But Hilda is doing such a great job keeping track of them!

  2. janicead at 12:55 am #

    Purl is a cutie!

  3. Eileen Wise at 4:22 am #

    Hello, they are all cuties. The little ones could get lost in the grass. Purl is sweet.
    Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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