|A picture form April several years ago, with visiting Spinone Missy, my Spinone Tia |
and my old boy Moose. Sadly Moose is no longer able to participate
on long walks due to advancing age.
Walks with goats is more about reflection and relaxation than seeing how far one can push one's body. I took my herd of seven does out a few days ago and I'll share some pictures from a lovely spring day.
|Pausing for a little Multiflora Rose snack.|
|Tinkerbelle enjoying some fresh grass.|
|Heidi and my standard LaMancha. Heidi is a big dog!|
|Don't worry! You won't lose me. I won't let you take a picture without me in it either.|
|I love the open woods in early spring.|
|I want to be in the picture too!|
|Rain nibbling some fresh leaves. Yum!|
|Midnight enjoying a snack of Multiflora Rose.|
|Our walk is nearly over. Time to let these pregnant girls rest a while...except for |
Starr pictured in front who is currently giving me over a gallon a day of milk .
I hope you enjoyed the walk. Next time we'll take the dogs and I'll take some pictures of the farm. Maybe even one of the dogs will still be in the picture. Oh, and we didn't find any Morels today but there is always tomorrow!