Indoctrination

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Poky, teaching Jack about The Sacred Path before the first snow falls. This is Jack’s first winter in the goat yard. He doesn’t know!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 7, 2010  

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  1. 11-7
    5:29
    pm

    I remember the “Sacred Path” with all the animals lined up in a row. It was so strange, as if there was an imaginary line on which they were supposed to stand. Now it’s Jack’s turn.

  2. 11-7
    5:31
    pm

    I just read the Sacred Path post. Loved it! Hilarious. The animals’ expressions are so great. I think they are in tune with nature and could answer all of life’s questions. Like why won’t my computer recognize my camera when I hook it up there days?!!

  3. 11-7
    5:45
    pm

    Getting ready for winter while they still can. :)

  4. 11-7
    6:32
    pm

    Animals are so amazing! :chicken:

  5. 11-7
    6:42
    pm

    Now isn’t that cute! :snuggle:

  6. 11-7
    6:53
    pm

    They are so darn cute!

  7. 11-8
    11:30
    am

    I remember that post. Funny!

  8. 11-8
    2:21
    pm

    I just discovered this blog last week and today read the Sacred Path. I laughed out loud at my desk and then forwarded it to my sister. We grew up with quite the menagerie of animals and in winter they had their own sacred path. The first photo made me laugh the most because in our barnyard that was also the pecking order. Whenever they were on the path the order was always the same, and Linda, our goat was always first in line. It went goat, horse #1, horse#2, cow, cow, sheep. The sheep was always last no matter how the combination of animals changed and the goat was always number 1.

  9. 11-8
    3:38
    pm

    Jack will learn, especially with Poky teaching!

    I remember the Sacred Path post and am now wondering if the line up will be the same, or if it has changed in the past year! ???

  10. 11-8
    10:28
    pm

    Ha Ha! Tee Hee! I recall that Sacred Path, and I love those photos!

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