“A day in the country is worth a month in town”Christina Rossetti

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Delicious Summer Day

After all the storms, tornadoes, floods, locusts.
Okay - I'm getting carried away.
But today is a lovely, dry, blue skied, perfect day.
The goats are rotating into new field, and the chewing is loud.
Speckles is rounding out, as is her udder.  We don't have a due date, so it will be a surprise, but I think soon. She is looks very healthy, and I have no worries about her kidding in the field.

Julia and I took the goats out and then admired Adeline and her buckling that Julia named Bruno.
We got my camera out and both worked on our photography. That is one of the categories Julia may enter at the Westmoreland Fair this summer.
At least you get to see the farmer once in a while!
Bruno has filled out and put on the pounds, and does a great job keeping up with the herd as a two week old.
Isn't he handsome?

1 comment:

Lois Evensen said...

Yes, he is very handsome! The farmer is a lovely lady, too. :)