Coda - 13 years old and stone deaf...but still smiling
Violas growing wild on the terrace outside the soap shop
Rudolph 2005 - 2011: Rudolph, our 250 lb. wether (neutered male goat) died the other day after a brief illness. Rudy was the first goat born on Elmore Mountain Farm and was so small and sickly we had to feed him through a tube for the first week. He was both a big baby and a great babysitter, shaking whenever we had to trim his hooves but always willing to look after and protect the newborn kids that arrive at the farm each spring. We'll miss the way he used to peer over the pen at feeding time (the only one tall enough to see over), the way he liked to have his head scratched and how much he loved banana peels. Rudy had many friends, both 4-footed and 2-footed, and he will be sorely missed by all.
Waiting for hurricane Irene - the calm before the storm
21st century meets 18th century! Ben the work horse pulling cable for Fairpoint Communications. Apparently the horse can get places their equipment can't! Finally, we will have high speed internet
Clarise's babies - 1 week old!
Nothing but the best for our goats: We used to throw our table scraps on the compost pile, but now we "double process" them by feeding them to our goats. Rotting celery with last night's refried beans anyone?
Goat Jungle Gym
Late April Snow at Elmore Mountain Farm
Elmore Mountain Farm's state-of-the-art shipping system
On the inside looking out
1 week old!
First day out of the barn!
What's for breakfast?
Calm before the storm
Hiking on Elmore Mountain
Guarding the nest.
Christmastime at Elmore Mountain Farm
New best friends
Scooter and Waddles at Ogden's Mill Farm with their new friends
"You don't say?"
2 weeks old!
What do you mean, I need a haircut?
Trying to decide whether to take a nap or go for a swim
What do you think they're talking about?
Our bearded lady!
Elmore Mountain Farm sunset