September on the Way


Baby goats, enjoying the fresh air and romping space of the goat yard.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 27, 2010  

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  1. 9-27

    They are the most darling creatures! If only I didn’t live in MA, and have multitudes of closer goats, I would totally convince my husband that we had to drive to you and buy those two little darlings!

  2. 9-27

    Maybe I should go put my contacts in…when I first looked at the picture, I thought the one on the left was a small gorilla. :D

  3. 9-27

    Brenda, how funny! I had to go back to look at the photo again. Sure enough, I can see how the goat on the left can be interpreted as a gorilla. We knew Suzanne loves animals, but who knew that includes the great apes!

  4. 9-27

    They look very happy. I hope you are able to sell them soon. Then you can use that money to put forward on your elephant… or a gorilla?

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