Escaping to the country, living the dream, and battling the blackberries.
this is so cool! I wonder tho' - are more people keeping goats (like in an urban setting) or are they shuttling them around to stay out of trouble?goats, goats, goats, goats GOATS!
We've sold 9 goats in the past two weeks, and all but 4 of them went home in the back of an SUV or van. You gotta make do with what you have! ;)
Looks like a goat :)My first goat rode home in my lap in the car. The second one was in the back of my Suburban and the other day my neighbors goat had to be taken to the vet for a c-section. She rode in the back of a Toyota forerunner and we had to stop and get gas LOL!!!
Living in a rural area, we see livestock moved in "traditional" ways, but plenty of those in hatchbacks, backseats, even FRONT seats. It's not that uncommon of a sight here, but it always makes me smile :)
Believe me folks, I'm not knocking the transportation methods, especially since I'll probably be in that boat one day. Lol. I just get a good laugh out of seeing them! :)
I love the goat photos! It should be a segment called "Goats in Cars". Beauty.
Lindsey, I figure that if I can snap just one more shot and make it 3 cars that I've spotted, that will qualify it as a series. Lol. I'll keep my eyes peeled.
I love watching folks' faces when they pass my station wagon with goats in it. Most everyone smiles. Sometimes they tailgate trying to get a better look.
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