On Monday afternoon, I went out to do water for the ducks.
Look who was going through the pasture at the same time?
I don't know if you can see them, but I counted 20. They went down to the southeast corner, and flew over onto Troy's side. I texted Troy at work to see if Kathy was there... and he said "Were there 21?" I said yes, about that... and he said they were the mamas and babies he and Kathy had been watching.
The Manderscheid's metal sculptures, which I have shown you before, are now all dressed for fall!
This all has to be cut and processed before the above pictures, though... thank heavens. We still have a little time.
And there goes Our Girl Lil in the morning sun today... another glorious October day!
I wonder if anyone is having trouble with Blogger? I am seeing "Aw Snap" every few minutes, and it seems to only be happening with Blogger. I did not put the labels on yesterday's post, and can't get it to come up to do it, so I am going to leave well enough alone for a few days.
I received in the mail yesterday a publisher's copy of
Raising Goats Naturally
by Deborah Niemann.
Ms. Niemann, if you remember, was the author of the book which I gave away in September,
Homegrown and Handmade, and has also written Eco-Thrifty.
This book looks fascinating, and I did start it last night.
I'll give you my review shortly, as soon as I've had time to study it all.
It may also be coming to one of you readers!