The Brawling Continues

1 Mar

It was a lot of fun to stand out there in the sun and watch the goats going crazy with the nice weather.  The biggest battle of the morning was Myson and Moose.

Zinnia leaping in back; Myson and Moose in the middle; Moira watching Zinnia; Purl standing by the big wethers; Bubbles and LilyAnn butting heads in front; Cutie watching everyone.

You can tell by the look on their faces that it wasn’t really a serious fight.

At times, I was a bit close to the action.  I was trying to take a picture and Myson popped up right in front of me.

There was one group of old ladies who really wondered why they came back up to the barnyard for no reason.  They wanted absolutely nothing to do with the brawling (smart old ladies).

Bambi (Dolly behind her), Coral, Litha and Joani

Pretty soon, everyone took off back down the lane.

Daisy, Athena and Margarita in front followed by Moose and Myson

Cupid and Tansy racing to go back out to pasture.

Once they got out to pasture, the brawling was continued at the edge of the lane where there is yet another log to play on.

Tansy got to finally be queen of the log.

Eventually, they wandered out to pasture.The llamas even followed them out for a little bit.

We are all much happier with the normal temperatures.

2 Responses to “The Brawling Continues”

  1. janicead March 1, 2021 at 5:22 pm #

    Even us two legged folks are happier. I had an appointment on Saturday and the traffic was crazy busy. First weekend following snowmageddon in Austin, Texas.

  2. Jeanne March 2, 2021 at 12:05 am #

    That surely is a bunch of goofy goats! They must really be happy for the better weather! I don’t blame them one bit! Thanks for the fun pictures!!

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