Yes, plenty, thanks for asking. So I have had enough sadness this week to last a long time, so let’s move on to some happier topics: the second half of my parents’ visit, what else has been going on at the farm and pictures of adorable goats, shall we?
Work continued on the cabin until my parents left on Wednesday. At their departure the cabin looked like this:
Looks like a cabin, eh? Harry pretty much worked 12 hour days everyday he was here, but the rest of us made it to the beach one night and my mom, Matt and I went for a bike ride another night. On Saturday Matt made his famous ribs. Here is a smattering of super flattering pictures from my mom’s phone.
In other news, we got a fifth goat and it’s a rooster. We decided to move our younger rooster into the goat pen. There just ain’t room for 2 roosters in one coop and Dizzy is king so “Red” as we started to call him now lives with the goats. He also now thinks he is a goat. He grazes with them and runs to the gate with them when I come over even though he hated me when he was a rooster.
Joe built a little A-frame hut for him to live in out in the goat pen, but last night when I went out to put the goats to bed and lock them up in their house, he was in there roosting. So I locked him up with the goats and I guess Red lives in the goat house now, just one of the herd.
Currently up for sale on eBay we have the Nintendo 64 game “Worms: Armageddon”. Any Nintendo 64 game collectors out there? Because this auction is currently up to $164.50 with 2 days to go. Matt paid $1 for this game last week at a yard sale not knowing it was so collectible. Woohoo!
And I am just going to go ahead and leave this picture right here.