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A spring tradition

This past week we were able to take Ryan up to one of our favorite places in the mountains — to visit the baby goats at Carl Sandburg's house in Flat Rock, North Carolina. The weather was cool but sunny and was just perfect for a little hike in the woods up to the goat barn. The day we went they had five baby goats and two of the does had not yet had their kids, so more will be coming. The little goats were very curious and frisky and it was fun to watch them run around.

Here's one of the little kids:

Here's Ryan investigating the baby goat:

Here's Ryan looking at the chickens:

He decided he liked them.

Here are Grandpa and Ryan having fun together:

Do you have any special places you enjoy visiting in the spring?


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2 Comments on “A spring tradition”

  1. #1 Carrie
    on Apr 17th, 2012 at 1:09 pm

    So cute! I love baby animals, and Ryan is even cuter.

  2. #2 Vikki
    on Apr 20th, 2012 at 8:41 am

    My sister raises Nigerian dwarf dairy goats and they are so cute! As newborns they can already run and jump. I love to watch one a few days old as they bounce around all over (rarely just walking). They also try to butt heads but more often than not they either miss or fall down as they rear up to start to butt.

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