Well. My entire family made the trip to the farm for Thanksgiving. Life sure is grand sometimes. We ate a delicious turkey from our friends at Wild Carrot, drank lots of good wine, went on lots of walks with and without the goats through the meadows and up the mountain (and over many rock piles) & Elvis benefitted from extra belly scratchers and snack givers. It was a weekend you want to hold on to and make last forever. My brother took this rare photo in which we are both present, so I thought Id share. Hard to believe it was only two Thanksgivings ago that our first two goats, Orion & Fern, arrived at the farm.  We’ve learned a lot in the past two years and more than anything we know we have a lot to be thankful for. & thank YOU for following along.

Well. My entire family made the trip to the farm for Thanksgiving. Life sure is grand sometimes. We ate a delicious turkey from our friends at Wild Carrot, drank lots of good wine, went on lots of walks with and without the goats through the meadows and up the mountain (and over many rock piles) & Elvis benefitted from extra belly scratchers and snack givers. It was a weekend you want to hold on to and make last forever. My brother took this rare photo in which we are both present, so I thought Id share. Hard to believe it was only two Thanksgivings ago that our first two goats, Orion & Fern, arrived at the farm.  We’ve learned a lot in the past two years and more than anything we know we have a lot to be thankful for. & thank YOU for following along.

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