It took alot of effort on everyone's part to get the dump truck load of gravel up the wet hill to dump at the greenhouse, Landon is looking on in amazement as Justin pulls the dump truck with his Ford pick-up!!!! That hill sure was slippery when wet. We got the greenhouse graveled, so its not so muddy up there working now. After all the rain, it sure washed up pretty and clean.
J surely wishes it was up and I would quit saying " It sure ain't going up too quickly"!!!! I am a bit impatient at this point in time when I need to have seeds planted in there and growing!!!!
These little guys are almost ready to leave Mommy and go out on their own. I want to keep all 8 of them, but everyone says, "NO"!!!! I don't see why not. They are so sweet and cuddly. They are part California and we are guessing that she was bred to a California buck as well. We bought her and she was already pregnant, so we got 9 for 1, pretty good deal there.
They all thought they were hiding in their box. What sweeties!!!! We also have 4 more Moma's with new babies. One of them is a Lionhead Moma, Precious is what I call her. She is so sweet and dainty. When I talk to her she stands up on her hind legs and just looks at me. I can't wait for them to get a little older. Some of them are spotted, what I have saw when I moved the fur back, she isn't too fond of me for doing that, because she jumps in there and puts it back over them.