Friday, March 25, 2011

Chillin' With Silver


Ever since she was a young kid, Pinky has been very good at relaxing. You might think you are relaxed and then you look over at Pinky and she is twice as relaxed as you are. Pinky's son Silver has inherited the relaxation gene, which should make him very competitive if anyone ever invents a Grand Prix of Chillin' or a Relaxathon or a World Series of Napping. Or anything along those lines.

5 comments :

Brenda said...

Silver looks like he could get comfortable anywhere. Those that relax completely spread out on their side give me a scare though. When I see them that way ... my first thought is always ... Oh No! And then they sit up and wonder why I disturbed their wonderful nap. :D

Marigold said...

I sure hope there's a plan in place to keep this guy as a buck. 'Cuz I'd sure hate for the farmer to have to worry - again- about breaking that 'no wether' rule.

Yang said...

This is a skill not to be taken lightly. Many of us wish we had this ability and I for one certainly wish my children had such a gene!

Rancher Mom said...

We have a Boer doe that is good at relaxing too. Half the time when I go out to check on her, I freak out because I think she's dead. So I run over to her, tap her with my shoe and...nothing. More freaking out. Then I lean down to touch her and she looks up me like, "What? I was relaxing!"

Bent Barrow Farm said...

I have just discovered your blog and I like it rather a lot. I am also in Western Washington, and I am also a hooved blogger. I am a mule, and I share my paddock with two opinionated saanen does and a confused wether. My opinion of goats is high, so long as they do not eat too much of the hay.

Ears to you,
Fenway Bartholomule
www.BraysOfOurLIves.com