This is a continuation of Mondays post and my visit
to Beehaven Acres.
After lunch we headed out to the barn in the "gator" to feed the animals who were anxiously awaiting our arrival.
Just a little suggestion...
Always take your pictures before they are fed..It's hard to get their heads up when they're eating..
Ginger and Mary Ann weren't at all interested in me.
We were welcomed by the goats....
and the chickens..
Sam thinks he's a chicken.
Ginger and Mary Ann were treated to peanut butter and celery.
They licked the peanut butter off before they ate the celery.
Bev put this cone out for the donkeys
hoping to interest them in a game of some sort.
She's letting them know the rules..
What sweet faces...
They don't get fresher than this.
I think this is the prettiest Rooster.
The turkeys were always with us.
The cats all have heat lamps..
Ella Bella's is on top of the refrigerator in the barn.
The guineas..you definitely can hear them coming.
I guess you could call this a chicken spa..
They were all taking dust baths.
What's a farm without a manure pile or two ?
I had my share of dirt when it was all said and done.
Did you ever wonder why these are called "muck boots"?
Mud wrestling anyone??
Now it's time to go home and take a shower.
(and a nap).
(and a nap).
Thanks for your hospitality...It was a lovely day.