#330daysofbiking Day 48: goofus world :-P
Apparently it is some law of nature: enter the goat pen with a camera, and there is never a shortage of goofus goat world. Never. Tonight was no exception. Always the comedians, they are. (If you don’t believe me, more on my Flickr … )
Rainy morning. Spent the better part of the day working around home. The really fun stuff – like laundry, cleaning, some work outside. And yes, in the goat barn. Tomorrow the boys are having a big end-of-school bash here … same as last year, after Mason & Ross’s graduation, many of the same kids. The Band will play, volleyball, food, good times – and hopefully I will not get thrown in the pool this year. I’ll be keeping my eye on you, Justin.
Mason and I got out late, but did take a nice evening ride. It was cool, but clear. Cacophony of crickets, frogs, all the sounds of dusk. Baseball game in the nearby field. The quiet whrrrr of our bicycles. Blinkies. The fragrance of honeysuckle, that I can’t get enough of. Lens Baby.
And yes, the background nyaaaaaa of a couple of goats.
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You just had to bring out the goats again, didn’t you? Hahahaha….awwww, it sure makes me miss the days when we had ours. Our daughter just told us the other day that she wants another one for her birthday…this time around she wants that hairy type like you have in the first picture. Once we’re living in Belize we’ll likely get a few goats once again.
Great pictures as always and it really looks like you’ve got the lens baby under control. I’d love to get one of those for our camera.
Ah Darryl … you know the goats will never let it rest. Camera hogs, they are. LOL! I think you should let me give your daughter a birthday gift (just send me a shipping address and watch for a crate marked “live cargo” … heh heh). Thank you for always reading and commenting – makes me feel like I’m not talking to myself. Grateful. 🙂 (PS – get a Lens Baby when you can; cheap thrills for your camera!)
My Wife just asked if you were serious about the crate…..hahahahaha. We couldn’t fit one into our backyard here in Canada, but we bought a nice acre in Belize and a goat would fit in very nicely over there.
I sure hope there are a lot more people than me checking out your blog. It really is great and I’m not just saying that. Beautiful pictures and awesome writing….but I do like being your #1 fan.