We had nonstop rain from 3am until midnight on Monday. The photo above LOOKS like our creek, but it isn’t. It’s the gravel path beside the creek that normally grants access to the rest of the property. For 24 hours, it was a 2nd roaring creek. The dogs jumped in to test the water. I was worried they might get swept downstream. Read more
Month: April 2014
I thought we had another water pipe blockage. First, we could hear the water pump was running off and on every few seconds for about half an hour. Next, the toilet sounded like it was pumping more air than water after each flush. Last, the kitchen sink poured at less than half strength. Read more
This post covers Version 2 of how to build a lightweight portable goat shelter. Click here to read about goat shelter 1.0. I’ve built several additional versions over the years which I will show you at the end of this post.
I got myself into a bit of a pickle. Our goat herd grew from 2 to 6 in a single day. My beautific A-frame goat shelter (version 1.0 mentioned above) just can’t handle that much goaty goodness. It’s pretty heavy, anyway. Even if we add wooden skis to the bottom, I doubt I’ll enjoy pulling it from paddock to paddock. Read more