Never a day goes by without some case of crazy animal antics. The animals are an integral part of the urban homestead; not only do they provide a great composting service (most of them) but also hours of delightful entertainment (we don’t have cable TV).
Here are some of our animals, sticking their noses and paws into things.
After the ollas and tomatoes go in, our curious kitty checks things out with his stare, sniff, and paw routine – “I just don’t think Justin knows what he is doing!”
Paper! Justin packing up some ollas and Blackberry wants to help!
I don’t know what it is with goats and paper but they have some of uncontrollable lust when it comes to spotting paper.
Then Fairlight joins in the packing fun. Can I help too, hmmmmm? Pretty please. See, you missed a spot!
Fine then! If you don’t desire my help, I’ll just gnaw on some cardboard.
So, M, if you are reading this and you see weird bite marks in your package– now you know who the culprit is. 😉
And they’re off! We didn’t forget about you guys – Catching up with the back ordered over these last two days, I estimate Justin packed over 60 or so ollas