I don't know if this is the right time of year to obtain a doeling, but I read on Craigslist where we can get one. I can't get her just yet; and I'm afraid that she won't last until I can get her. That's OK. though, because I'm always reading where to get a goat. The problem is, they are usually billies. I am really excited to keep goats, and hopefully it won't be too far in the future! This one is a Dwarf Nigerian. That way we won't get too much milk at a time. I look forward to this adventure! It may not happen until Spring, but I think that will give us more time to prepare the area.
Isaac hasn't been too bad on us, just a little rain and a lot of humidity! I am glad the sun isn't shining because it would be even hotter! I am so ready for some 'cool down'! I wonder if we will see cooler temps in September? Hope ya'll have a great weekend! Blessings from Bama!
|Delicious blueberry muffins made with honey!|
|I almost touched this when I opened the gate! Sorry for the blurryness!|
|These are everywhere! They were all over these passion plants yesterday, but this is the only one there today.|
|How long does it take for the passion fruit to mature? How do they taste?|
|Of course, it loves the fennel! I wished I had a photo of the mature butterfly! They are the rust colored one, I think.|
|Do you see the seedlings coming up? These are beets.|
|These seedlings are turnips. That is a Thai hot pepper plant.|
|Swiss chard here.|