Glory Bee Makes a Move


Somebody took a trip.

Even though somebody didn’t really want to.

But somebody liked it when they got there!

And it wasn’t the donkeys, I can tell you that.

Jack: “Darling, we must run!”

Having learned that Glory is not weaned yet, yesterday we decided to take Glory Bee down to the meadow bottom fields. The sheep are in Frank’s field right now, so only the donkeys are in our bottom. We’ve got grass down there, and we need Glory Bee off the goat yard. She’s eating their lunch up here. She can stay in the bottom till fall when the donkeys come up. Maybe by then she will be weaned????? I would really like to have the cows back together before winter.

The donkeys weren’t too excited about having her join their private party, but eventually everybody calmed down.

Everybody not exactly including Glory Bee, who ran back and forth across the creek just because she could.

She’s a little rambunctious,

P.S. I’ll have more tomorrow about BP! (Having a canning weekend here!)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 12, 2011  

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  1. 6-12

    Oh Suzanne, to rip a child from it’s mother’s breast! :-)

  2. 6-12

    Canning Weekend..Sounds like fun.
    Can’t wait to hear about BP!
    Hugs to Glory Bee
    Granny Trace

  3. 6-12

    It looks like she was handling the lead. She’ll be happier down there with all that graze, how they love to do that. Jack and Poky are so funny. And Poky, with her ‘baby-bump’ going on.

  4. 6-12

    Oooh, whatcha cannin’? Can’t wait for a Beulah Petunia update; I just love that cow!

  5. 6-12

    oh NO! Separation anxiety. I hope she doesn’t get lonely down there…without at least one of her own. She’s getting so big, oh my. :hug:

  6. 6-12

    Hopefully Glory Bee will enjoy her new surroundings. It sure is green and lots of trees ;) :) Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :) :cowsleep:

  7. 6-12

    What’s not to love down there? I’d like to move into “Donkeyland” myself, except that now it has Glory Bee and her, you know, attitude… :cowsleep:

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