Saturday, April 21, 2012

We Work HARD!

As Abby mentioned in her AbbyDay post the publicist let us out for the First Graze of Spring.
Since it was our first time out of the goat pen in a while we were a bit scattered in our "grazing." We were just so very excited to be free!


Of course the male person's wood pile was very interesting to us.
We love bark.
The fiber is good for us.




So we erm, visited it.
To check out it's stability.
That's it!
We were quality control goats!




We would not want the publicist and the male person to use inferior wood, would we?
We would not!
The wood was closely inspected. CLOSELY!




Little Jim took this job very seriously. 
It was his first time, erm working.




He climbed to the top.




He sniffed!






He leapt!




He munched!




He nibbled!
He was very thorough.
He is a good kid, that Jim.


He was not the only goat doing his/her job though.






Louise the goat did her best to test the wood pile too!
So much hard work by so many hard working goats.




I hope the publicist and the male person appreciate all of this!
What do you mean we got to have a snack?!
This is WORK people!
WORK.
Harumph!

13 comments:

  1. You are one hard-working herd of goaties!

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  2. Wow, we are impressed with all your hard work.Jim, you sure are working so hard. Bet you impressed Thelma and Louise. And Grandma Pricilla too. Hope all of you have a fun day out running and jumping.

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  3. I'm glad to see the wood pile got the goat stamp of approval!

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  4. I have been told that wood pile inspector is one of the top rated jobs for goats!

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  5. That does look like quite the job! Glad you got some goatie freedom. We're just locked in the barnyard. :-(

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  6. of course you were working, we would never believe otherwise!!

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  7. i wish i could give you a 'field/wood day' here! :)

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  8. You all do work very hard. It is hard work just looking as fabulous as you do, forget about inspecting the wood pile.

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  9. I wonder if there were any fun creatures hiding in that wood pile? Now, THAT'S a job I would have liked - hunting out critters so the humans don't accidentally bring them into the house!

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  10. Jim is such a cutie helping all you does working on that log pile! Do Luke and Buster Brown ever work as hard as you do?

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  11. And we bet it was as under-appreciated as all the help we Cats do, too.

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