If you have visited us since Free for All, you are well aware of our situation out here. The goats are flocking at an all-time rate. Well, I guess there are only three of them. If you have been fortunate enough to see the goats, or even pet them, that's great! But, I caught up with Colby, as he was running the cable, & he filled me in on the situation at-hand.
Colby says the goats are temporary. We were fortunate enough to have the Zook family lend these goats to us for the summer. If you haven't visited us this summer, then you may be interested in seeing goats planted on an island in the middle of our cable lake. It's a pretty neat thing. In fact, during the transporting process, I had the privilege of seeing goats on a boat for the first time in my life. I guess there's a first time for everything...
The three goats nibble away at the grass & weeds on a daily basis. Their boundaries provide hydration. Luke Skywalker, Jack Black and Mike Tyson have had their fair share of sun this summer. Fortunately, they still have a shelter, equipped with water bowls and organic food- pretty nice right?!
It's obvious that these Nubies (Nubian-bred) are stoked with their arrangements. The photo above says it all. Colby, in his unbiased opinion, explains how this breed is so wonderful. The male dairy goats are very well mannered. He seems confident that they originated in Nigeria. For now, and hopefully many more summers to come, the goats lay their horns in Kansas. I would like to see them ride the cable at some point...
Come check out our new line of boats and pet the goats!