I know, I know. It's been busy. I haven't abandoned the place, but is sure is dusty.
We are still homesteading in Washington. We have goats, chickens, ducks, a little bit of a lot. Things are keeping me really busy these days.
We got rid of one problem vehicle, the Subaru and are working on selling our beloved IRV. The place has wheels for a reason. If they aren't rolling, they're wasting away. Someone should use him.
I had an idea for a book that I am working on in the spare minutes I find, which is keeping me from blogging as much as I usually might.
But fear not. Work progresses apace. I shall return.
|First night in the goat shed. The boys didn't wan them to be lonely|
|They were only four days old.|
|They have become more comfortable in their new home|
|Max had to see what his voice sounded like in the post hole|
|Gotta hold your mouth just right.|
|Did I mention the ducks?|
|Someone showed up on our doorstep with a mama and ten babies|
|Brother goats can be cute|
|Did I mention the chickens? Seven chickens|
Life on the farm.
Michael has hijacked the post. I have been procrastinating for months telling..uh... you guys, that we(I) got a new pet (drumroll please) Socks
|she is a cat...obviously|
she was a christmas kitten and is a nutjob, dedicated solely to the destruction of my brother
we dont have enough pictures of her but I have trained her to come and sit on command and walk on a leash.
on an unfortunate darker note the death counts of the ducks are a 6 and chickens 1
R.I.P duck, duck, duck, duck, duck, duck and guenevere