January 18, 2010

Rhino and Goat Make Friends



Thank you to all that left comments concerning my computer woes. For now it seems our Internet service may be running a little bit better. It seems to come and go. The seed catalogs have arrived in the mail! It might seem far off right now but Spring will be here before we know it.

11 comments:

Laura said...

Cute video, those mixed animal videos are always amazing. Sending warm thoughts your way!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

of course I love goats and I also am crazy for rhino's.

Terry said...

Seed catalogs bring bad weather. Our arrived this week, along with 6 inches of new snow and now an icy hail crust. How do they know we'll be stuck inside, mooning over the photos of beans?

Bossy Betty said...

I love looking at seed catalogs! There is always so much hope and potential on those pages!

DayPhoto said...

Love seed catalogs...spring has to come once that catalogs get here.

Hope on colored pages.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Allison aka Scooty's Mom said...

Cute Video! I can't wait to start a garden at our new house.

Sarah and the Gentlemen said...

So will you be bringing a rhino to your garden?
I used to live next to a field where the goats hung out and would hear them call my brother's name (Matt) over and over, or so it seemed to me.

Busted Kate said...

I can't even begin to describe how adorable that it! I feel so sad that they have to be seperated though. Thanks for posting!

JoyceAnn said...

Hi Jennifer ~ I did visit your blog yesterday , but didn't have time to leave a comment. Glad you blopped over and enjoyed my post about pillowcases. I've needed to relocate a few black snakes myself , never thought about using a pillowcase , I'll keep that in mind next time.

~ Many Blessings ~

Two of Us said...

I SO love your blog.

When I was a child (I'm a (yikes!) senior now) we had goats and I raised a pair of my own, from kidhood on. I loved them so much!

For a long time I thought I would retire and raise goats, make goat cheeses,etc; but it doesn't look like that's going to happen in this life. I read your blog to console myself, and (let's face it) to look at the goats.

Bless you for blogging, and I hope your internet connection issues are resolved soon.\

Give all the goats a scratch behind the ears for me,

Marnie

Callie said...

Hope your internet service becomes more dependable. Cute video! I still need to get some good soil for my planter boxes. I haven't even started thinking about seeds.