Monday, September 26, 2011

Goat Fencing

Hi guys! I feel like I haven't blogged in ages, but we have been SO busy with the new place. We've been unpacking, we moved the barn and it's up, we've been also moving my brother, Zach's been forging (black-smithing) like crazy, and we've been trying to get the goat fence up.

The girls were there to help. Ceddie snoozing in the background. He recently injured his ACL so he's been taking it easy, poor boy.


Snoozing...



 Our field right now has a lot of Golden Rod and it glows amber when the sun hits it.

It was a dewy morning and the grass was damp with reflective drops. This spiderweb was laced with tiny beads.

 The sun finally came over the barn and sent everything glistening.
 The grass is better "around the corner" I guess.
And You never have one without the other.












And the fence goes on....

2 comments:

Zach said...

The fencing turned out great! Next spring we'll put a couple of gates in.

Rebecca A. Maynard said...

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