If you don’t see Pip, he might be here. The goat-proofed cam is now a goat-lookout perch. Doesn’t Pip look silly?
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He is adorable! Do you watch “The Fabulous Beekman Boys” (on the Planet Green Channel)? Last night all their goats had babies..That show is so funny and I love watching them interact with the llamas and goats. Terry! You have the cutest little bird that is parked inside the coop? He seems to be a regular and VERY at home!
I don’t get that cable channel, but I’ve seen the web site. Is it a good show?
It is really entertaining. My man will watch nothing but military stuff (yawn), but he will watch this. I think it is because they are a couple of city boys trying to be farmers, just like him!
That little wild bird knows there’s free food in a safe place. It gets very annoyed, though, if we are late to let them out in the morning!
I think he looks more nonchalant than silly; he needs a little pair of binoculars, it looks as though he’s at the races…
You’re right. No doubt he’d also have a betting scheme. Caper, on the other hand, would be at the pub, eating.
CUTE CUTE CUTE!!!!!! I think he’s the cutest!
Pip looks pretty soft. How beautiful it is …
I love your animals , they are real comedians !