We are gunning to have the goats in their home by Saturday evening!! This weekend the nighttime temps are supposed to drop pretty low, so we are shooting for having the Ladies in their own dry, quiet, peaceful and insulated space before all that happens. It is calm and quiet up there at the barn. Sometimes I take the trip up there just to enjoy that as there is very little calm and quiet at the house. 😉 It won’t be as quiet once the goats move in, but that’s okay. Here are some photos of the recent progress.
We unloaded the hay and surprisingly, 10 bales fit under the shelf! I couldn’t believe it! The other 2 got slightly damp so that’s why they are sitting out! I didn’t think there was any way we could fit that much hay in here, but we still have the entire other half of the barn that can be used for various storage as well! I won’t be storing hay and feed over there though, cause I’m sure those sly goaties would manage to get into it. Straw, however should do fine.
And look who has finally decided to stay in the barn. He was a little come and go about it earlier, but now he seems to think all this insulating and hay and comfy straw are for his own personal use! Silly cat! He’s gone from a city kitty, to a country kitty to a barn cat! Quite the career moves this fellow has made!
Ta ta for now! Hopefully next time I’ll have photos of the Ladies moving in! 🙂