Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Strike Has ENDED!!!!

I knew we would win.
I knew the publicist would get the weather sorted out.
This is what we woke up to on Easter Sunday



Nothing but beautiful blue skies no matter which way you looked.
There is nothing like the Big blue sky in Montana



So now we are no longer striking and we went back to work!
The publicist thought it might be a good idea if we helped to mow the grass up by the road.
We are not allowed to do this without her.
She is afraid we might go across the street and visit the horses. We are not allowed to cross the street. Those things you humans drive called cars can hurt us.

The grass is growing very well up by the road and it is bright green and truly yummy. The first grass of Spring is always a treat!
Mallory enjoyed herself quite a bit

 
So did I , but I am, of course, a dignified goat.




Now Abby - she is a lawn mowing machine!



Just look at her go!



She really shovels it in.



Talk about nom, nom, nom!

After we finished mowing the grass I went for a rest in the pen. As you know I am a bit tired with my kids due so soon.


 The other girls and Matthew went for a graze by the riverbank.




It is just so nice to have the sun back.
We hope the publicist keeps it this way.....OR ELSE!

Tomorrow:  Wordless Wednesday (Almost)

17 comments:

  1. So how many goaties are you up to now? And when is Pricilla due?

    Enjoy your blue sky.

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  2. Those are such big beautiful skies! When is she due?

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  3. Well,I am glad your strike worked! What was the Publicist thinking any ways making it snow ?!?!?!

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  4. I'm so glad your weather has improved. Guess what we woke up to? Yes, an inch of new snow. I think I'll go on strike.

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  5. I'm so glad you ended your strike. The publicist must be happy about it too.

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  6. When are those beautiful kidlings due? I hope there will be a chocolate one and a vanilla one, both girls.

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  7. ahhhh...nice weather, green grass, happy nomming goats. tell the publicist i do not have a special stuffed cabbage recipe. i haven't made them in years. but i do have the secret to the best stuffed cabbage!you must use 'sour heads'. we have a couple places that do this here but i know the publicist could do this herself. the whole cabbage head, minus the core is brined like saurkraut. When you make the recipe you just pull off the leaves and wrap the cabbage and they are so much better than regular boiled leaves. and i bet you goaties would like to nom the cores. i am sure there must be a recipe for sour heads on google somewhere!

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  8. What a beautiful place to live!

    I was wishing for blue skies and warmer weather and boy did I get it!!
    It is suppose to be 92 degrees here today.

    Love the pictures!
    Have a great day.
    Pam

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  9. So jealous of the blue skies! More snow again here...

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  10. What a beautiful day!!! We are having some sunny warm weather here too!! and I agree its about time!

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  11. You owe the publicist a great big apology for pulling attitude. Bet you think you got her goat, right? Well, she knows where the green grass grows and was kind enough not to carry a grudge. You would do well to remember this next time weather doesn't suit you...But, it being spring and all, you are forgiven...

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  12. Finally! So glad you finally have blue skies and no snow. That green grass sure looks nommy. The grass started to come up green here but the 20+ mph winds for the past week has dried everything up. Sigh, just after we've had such a long winter with more snow on the ground for longer than I can remember.

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  13. Priscilla: Was just over at Octoberfarm and you were asking for a stuffed cabbage recipe. Check out my blog for my delicious stuffed cabbage head. It may not be exactly what you're looking for but I bet it intrigues you!

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  14. Yay! The strike is over and the blue skies are back! We're so glad you could finally go out and mow the lawn!

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  15. It's about time the humans fixed the weather. They were really dragging their feet! I just want to mention that my human had someone come by to give her an estimate on clearing the backyard for fire season, and they asked her, "Have you ever considered getting a goat?"

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  16. The snow melted fast!! But that's a good thing. Nothing like work to get you going again. :)

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  17. How does the publicist get you back into the pen? We've thought about letting our goats on to the lawn to eat the weeds :-> but have worried about that. When they've gotten out before, treats have gotten them back in, but I'm afraid to count on that!

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