Friday, August 23, 2013
Anyway, I'm very thankful I can still weave. And there were some really beautiful pieces there. Lots of gorgeous quilts, yarns, clothing ... just about anything hand made.
My niece and I went and looked at about everything they had. We saw the draft horses (my my, are they HUGE), goats, bunnies, alpacas, sheep, and food. :-)
If it wasn't so expensive I would probably go every day, there is so much to see.
Our little goats are getting just a tiny bit more friendly. The little guy, GE continues to get his head stuck between the wires in the field fencing. He was so stuck the other day my daughter had to go into the pen, lift him up and turn him so she could free his little horns out the hole. Easy to get into, but not so easy to get out.
Of course he was screaming and jumping around the entire time. But she held on after she got him loose and sat down on a wash tub they like to stand on, holding him all the time like you would a baby or child. I brought out some ginger snaps (they Love those) and he quieted right down. Nibbled them all and figured out it wasn't that bad after all.
And we got a collar on him finally! The other two will make a mistake and we will get them one of these days. Smoky is the friendliest, he will come and take food out of my hand but I haven't tried catching him yet. They are all much faster than I am. Egypt continues to be very standoffish. He is so beautiful! And they don't yell at us all the time like the pygoras used to. Ahhh, peace!