Thursday, October 7, 2010

A Little More Stuff

What I thought was going to be a quick in and out turned out to be a two hour ordeal. We just kept finding more and more stuff to throw on the trailer.
I am sure you are tired of me talking about all the great things this family is giving us but I can't help it. Scott and Stacie has welcomed me and my family like they have known us for ever. I hope one day I can return the favor they have done for us.
Thanks, guys.

Well, here they are. This is what I had to take to get the air compressor. The blue healer is Flaky and the Australian Shepperd is Bandit. I have them in a pen right now to let them get used to us and the chaos around us. They seam to be good dogs so far.

This is part of the last nights load. The truck bed was full as well. This load was water tanks, fence posts, lumber, metal pipe, wire, tin, t-posts, dog houses, feed buckets, heat lamps, a FFA show box and so much more. I tell you I was almost feeling like I was being greedy at the end but he just kept on saying "If you wanted it, take it."

This Saturday I plan to run back over and pick up some shelving units they do not want. Nice big heavy duty shelve too.

I had to show yall the redneck fence job I am doing. What ever works, right? This will buy me some time till I can build the real fence. Those goats are going to love all the room now.


  1. I like the fence! Flaky and Bandit look great also!

  2. Those dogs may come in handy when it's time to round up the goats! I bet they'd do a pretty good job at it, since it's what they were bred for.

    Have a safe weekend! - Izzy

  3. Thanks for the comments and the complements.
    Lzzy, I know they said the dogs will kill the chickens but I do not know how they will react around goats. I guess I need to find out.