Little Grey met his forever ‘humans’ today. Heidi and Gary came to the farm this morning to pick him up. I had gone over earlier to spend some time with the goats and had a good cuddle with the little guy. He is such a loving little ball of fur. Yep – still very little. Heidi and I commented to each other today in emails that he looks so much bigger in these pictures than he is! He has a beautiful home and four very friendly new goat family members. Gary and Heidi both spent lots of time with him – hanging out with him in his new digs – carrying him about to introduce him to his new farm – letting him know he is well loved. My heart is happy!
In other news on the farm … Jim (the goat buck) will be seeking out new digs. Does your farm need a good buck? This guy is great.
Rosie with her bug hat on. 😉
The quail eggs hatched last week … believe it or not this little thing is almost a week old! Very tiny!
Beaker finds it very difficult to pass a window (mirror) without pausing to admire his beauty.
Cinnamon’s doelings have now decided that humans are great for cuddles and back scratches. What cuties! These two are available as well. Need a beautiful pair of little goaties?
Loving the markings on these Canada 150 tulips.
Trilliums are popping up everywhere. Big healthy ones!
Miss Charlie – “King of the Rock Hill”! 😉
Spring has sprung in the donkey woods.
Jack in the Pulpits in our wild garden.
Oz is certain he should be ‘out’ with us! Not going to happen OZ!
The Guineas held races in the back field this morning. Ha!
Bella was the first one through.
Darby giving them a real once over.
Trillium ‘echoes’ …
Jack in the Pulpit cluster
Also love that they are blooming later than our other varieties.
Thank you Heidi for the scratching posts!
It is a long weekend in this part of the world. The first of the ‘summer’. Hope you are enjoying a slow down day too!
Posted in Animal Friends, Cats, Chickens, Donkeys, Farms, Gardens, Goats, Guinea Fowl, Holidays, Nature, Spring, Wildflowers
Tagged Bella Sky, Darby, Oz, Rosie, spring flowers, Training Guinea Hens, Tryon Farm