I realize this post was supposed to be about the greenhouse, but I couldn't help it. Goats are cuter, so lets start there.
This afternoon I spent some time with the ladies out back. I'm trying to feed them by hand as much as possible so they get used to me, trust me, and know that I'm here to love on them instead of harm them... They've really warmed up to us over the last week. Not nearly as skittish as they were the night we brought them home.
Now when either of us go to the pen, they come running! Like "there's my momma"!
Okay, I don't know if that's what they are thinking but I'd like to hope it is. They're probably just excited because they know I'm bringing them treats...
Either way, I'm enjoying my time I have with my new ladies. They really are quite loveable.
So cute. I could just play with them for days. (and did I mention low maintenance)
I'm honestly questioning now why someone would get a dog over a goat. Ha.
After I played with the ladies for a bit, Erick and I headed into the greenhouse to make a smaller "greenhouse" within the existing 10x20 greenhouse. See we have had some propagated plants inside as well as some seed starts going, and they were taking over the dining room and I finally had enough.
Erick figured out a plan to set up a table, with a heater underneath it, and then make a tent out of plastic to keep the warmth inside, near the plants that needed it.
In the middle of the night this evening I plan on going down and taking the temp. Just to see how well it's working out. It's good to have my dining room back. Well, for the most part. Those fruit trees are still in there but hopefully I can move those out to the greenhouse this week too.