Yes Albin is definitely blaming the cows after jumping in to the electric fence the other day. I had to bring him inside since he started to bark like crazy as soon as he saw a cow outside the fence. He doesn’t make life easy that dog. It’s so hot outside that we haven’t taken any walk yet so it was so nice to be able to have the kitchen door open. If he continues like this I sure hope the sheep move in to that pasture soon 🙂 🙂 🙂
We have some fairly new villagers that made a new little pasture slightly bigger than before outside their barn. The fence is fairly low and since I know at least one of them work for the big cattle owner I thought that they might have calves there this summer, they had a few there last yer. The beekeeper said that they were planning on having goats there so I thought that they surely would make the fence higher, goats can escape from any pasture so one should make it as hard as possible for them. Yesterday when I as about to go to bed I and especially Albin heard lots of voices from the gravel road outside my garden. Albin did of course start to bark (sometimes I wish it wasn’t that quiet here so he wouldn’t react to any little sound he can hear). so I took a look out the window.
Then I saw a man pass my gate holding a rather big and white goat in its horn and then several other people passed and some goats too 🙂 🙂 There were at least tow adult goats and I think there were at least five young ones. The young ones did of course run around as they pleased and every now and again they ran in to the cow pasture, especially when the humans tried to make them follow 🙂 🙂 🙂 I live perhaps 300-400 meters (much the same in yards) away from their home 🙂 🙂 🙂 I hope they have made the fence much higher now but I doubt that this was the last time those goats ran away 🙂 🙂 🙂
I can’t remember when I put two chickens in the oven but I think they’ll have to stay there for at least one more hour 🙂 🙂 I haven’t eaten anything yet so I’ll do that too before we try to take a short walk.
Have a great day!