Saturday, August 8, 2009

Kids and Wild Grapes

You know these wild grapes are very green. I love how they taste. We've eaten most of the ones we can reach. Boy, its a stretch to reach some more.

Maybe if a bunch of us go at the same time, we can pull this vine down lower. Come on, you guys lets go. Pull!!!


Look at them. Acting all crazy over a few wild grapes. These weeds are good and so much easier to get. Yummy...



Another day in paradise at Curt's Goat Farm...

(all these pictures can be made bigger by clicking on them)

9 comments:

Mary said...

Ann,

The goats are so cute. Those must be really tasty grapes. Delightful photos.

The cemetery in tonight's post is quite a way from where we live, so knew if I wanted to do it, it was going to be in the rain. lol I'm sure people thought I was crazy. It is right beside a busy road, but I did enjoy walking with the spirits there. Glad the post brought back good memories for you.

Have a great Sunday.
Blessings,
Mary

Pen Pen said...

Love the goat stories... they are so cute trying to eat the grapes! Good pic's!!!

Karen @ If I Could Escape . . . said...

How cool is that? Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Happy weekend to you.

imac said...

Do goats get tummy ache?lol.
Great shots

Meggie said...

Goats seem able to eat anything without suffering stomach aches!

Lady Di Tn said...

I just love when you put some of the herd on your blog. I keep telling Prince that I want some goats and chicken. Peace

dp said...

I love your goats.. so cute. My nieces would lose thier minds with your goats.
Ok, Ann, how do you get your pictures to be big when you click on them.. I can't figure that out!

janie said...

She does the same thing I do- forgets to resize them before she downloads them! LOL

I love those goats. They are so un-intimidated- nothing bothers them.

Deborah Wilson said...

Ann,

Long time, no see/read...this class and midterm has been a real monster..:)

Anyway, getting back in the groove, and these pictures are really good!