Thursday, February 23, 2012

Little guy visits Aunt Coco...farm sitting....down in Brooksville......


Over 2  nights this little goat house for Coconut and Creamsicle went from 2 Nigerian Dwarf ladies to EIGHT goats!

We had a wonderful visit!
They love peanuts!  Don't say "p.e.a.n.u.t.s" unless you really have "p.e.a.n.u.t.s".!!
They liked my sweater.........we aren't used to such big chickens...all mine are little pullets....very different!  Big eggs!
They are running constantly-hard to get pictures!--Just a bluurrrrr......they are not even fenced in here-she can let them out and then just say..........p.e.a.n.u.t.s..........you know the rest......!!


Have a great day!~~Rain


28 comments:

Jan n Jer said...

Cute photos...those litte goats are so fun! My Daughter has two of them!

tiarastantrums said...

oh your little man looks so scared!

TexWisGirl said...

so cute! love that you have to spell it out! :)

Rain said...

He wasn't really scared-just surprised! He hollered to get back down when my daughter picked him up! He's used to animals-they knock him over though and he hustles to get right back up!! He does knock over pretty easy though!!
~~Rain

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

He had a great big day, didn't he! Lots of fun! =)

barbara said...

GREAT pictures and collages, Rain! (What do you use for a photo editor?)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I love the little home for the goats!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Lovely photos.

Regards and best wishes

Tanya said...

such cute pictures and i love their goat home!

Nancy Claeys said...

Love the mitten photo -- her expression is priceless! :)

Lynne said...

Your little guy is fortunate to experience so many exciting day trips. He is such a cutie!

Lili said...

I loved seeing all these pictures Rain! What a cool place and not too far from my neck of the woods either! ~Lili

Evelyn said...

I just love goats, they are so funny. We bred and raised them for many years and I so miss them. I have been blog hopping on the Thursdays Favorite Things Blog Hop and I have learned so many things from so many amazing and talented people. I am following you and would love a follow back:)

My Turn (for us)

http://myturn-evelyn.blogspot.com

Thanks so much, I sure enjoyed the visit!

Michaele said...

So much better than a trip to the zoo. I love their goat shed with sign and milk stand.

Tiffany said...

Love them all...something about goats just makes you smile:) Thanks for your kind comment and following us at June Makes Six.

Tiffany

Charade said...

What a treasure trove of photos. And the peanut thing is too funny.

geetlee said...

awwww priceless :)

Kathleen at Providence Farms said...

I LOVE love love their goat barn. I pinned it on my pinterest. We've got two goats ourselves and it would be so fun to put their names on the barn. I'm inspired. Thanks for sharing. I found you on the Rural Journals blog hop. Here's some photos of our baby goats this last spring.

http://kathleen.peterro.com/2011/04/triplets/

Candy C. said...

Great collage, love all the pictures and what a great house for the goaties!!

Ava Gavloski said...

Rain, love all the photo's here at your blog. thanks for visiting my blog as well!!! You have great photography!!!
ava

va_grown said...

So cute! Love the hat and mittens!

GardenofDaisies said...

Oh how fun! CUTE baby and goats!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! I love the goats.

Katherines Corner said...

love these happy memory making on the farm photos! Thank you for linking to the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop linky party. Big Hugs and smooches and wishes for a beautiful weekend. P.S. Did you get your entry in for the sweetheart giveaway?

Deb Crecelius said...

You got a lot of photos
regardless of how quickly they move!
Love your blog header.

Tito Eric said...

Such a lovely farm! Love it.

deb duty said...

What a fun place! You got some great shots!

Madge Bloom said...

So very cute! I'm so tickled you've shared on Weekly Top Shot! ... love the spelling out of peanuts... I had a dog who learned 'ball,' spelled it, he learned it forwards, so we spelled it 'llab.'