Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Let’s get right to those Scavenger Hunt Sunday items.  They are: special, habit, explore, me, and sprinkle.

Sprinkle:  The severe storms missed us yesterday, and all we had was a bunch of thunder and a few sprinkles.  I’m pretty grateful for the extra day or so to dry out a bit.

Llenny

Llenny

Explore:  My little bottle girl, Ursula, is getting to go outside to explore now.  I’m hoping to have her completely moved out in a couple of more days.  Sadly, that really weedy patch is the path from my patio to the back yard.  Looks like I need to take advantage of the dry weather and do a month of yard work.

goat kid collage

Special:  I really didn’t know what to choose for this one, so I chose a picture of the chicory with a bee of some kind on it.  I figured out that it takes a special day to get a good macro shot.  We don’t often see totally still weather around here.

chicory collage

Habit:  The bees have a habit of pollinating the flowers.  Luckily, there’s no shortage of motherswort around my place.  I have happy bees.

motherswort collage

Me:  I don’t like to be in front of the camera.  That’s just me, who I am, so you get my picture of Cookie when she accidentally got into the yard.

Cookie Kids_2168ew

Her kids, Cutter and Dough, were good kids, staying in the barnyard with me.

I’m also sharing with Macro Monday, I Heart Macro and Mosaic Monday.

End of Kidding 2015

Yesterday evening, Bonnie finally gave in and gave birth.  It wasn’t easy, and it’s why Boeris will be leaving the farm.  His kids’ heads are way too big.

Bonnie

Bonnie

We finally got both of her girls here safely, and everyone is doing well.  I must say, Llenny seemed quite confused by the ruckus and new goats in his herd.

llama looking at goat kids

I’ve updated the tail count in my sidebar to include these June babies.  Our final totals are forty-seven kids, twenty-four does and twenty-three bucks!

Sharing with Camera Critters, Saturday’s Critters and SOOC Sunday (both of these are straight out of cell phone)

A Rainy Day

We’ve had rain all day, so no chance to go out and take pictures, so you get a shot of Llenny from the other day.  Along with the weather keeping me inside, I’ve been horribly busy getting ready for tomorrow’s farmer’s market.  I’m baking breads like crazy.

Llenny

Llenny

You’d think I would have more time since I’m not working off the farm for the summer, but this is the full time job that I love.  Hopefully, I can get caught up visiting everyone this weekend.

Sharing with Skywatch Friday.

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