Thanksgiving holidays gave us four days of togetherness, lovely family time, and celebration with our friends.
Early Thanksgiving morning we took a little road trip to visit our friends Ginger and Bob, and our goats-friends. Forty minutes drive took us through a beautiful country side.
Upon our arrival, Ginger offered a walk with her goats.
I could never say "no" to such graceful invitation...
|Let me introduce you Miss Hadley... |
|Goats are very intelligent creatures: |
they took us to our first stop:
Bob knocked off the tree one of the ripest and most delicious persimmons I've ever tasted.
|the persimmon tree, one of their favorite treats.|
|Hadley and other girls enjoyed their "persimmon" stop...|
|Another gourmet stop along the way: apparently, those red leaves don't just look beautiful...|
|Hadley's having some "me" time...|
|Back on the trail...|
|we found some pecans...|
|and girls found some "berry" tasty treats...|
|We met this confused cow. I wonder: is she confused about her twisted horns (see, one horn is twisted up, another- down), or the hikers on the trail?|
|Ginger and Bob: happy family and happy goats...|
|Upon our return from the walk Hadley went to check out a feeder, |
but was taken aback by the view ...
| only for a moment...|
When we were driving back home, the husband said: "No wonder that milk tastes so good..."
Nothing more, nothing less...
|That tasty milk makes a delicious cheese too.|
|Dill goat cheese on rye bread|
Happy friends and happy goats made another family Thanksgiving happy.
|She is definitely next American Goat Model! :)|
Thank you, Ginger and Bob,
and thank's to the girls!