Back Home to Life in Da Country

We’re back home after a fabulous visit with Cousins. Was coming home from da post office pau pick up all our mostly junk mail, and there in the road by our house were five goats wandering around! Wassap wit dat?

So I saw the neighbor was home and knocked on his door (actually, he’s the owner of the vacant rental house and just happened to be there). “Eh, did you know your goats are out on the road?”

Nope, he didn’t. Five of them out there, wandering along the road. So between the two of us we got the goats back in the pasture, which is full of new, yummy grass to much on.

The neighbor said to me, after thanking me for my help, “As if they don’t have enough to eat in here!”

He was fixing the fence as I left.

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5 Responses to Back Home to Life in Da Country

  1. Ah those goats. Stubborn adventurers, one and all.

  2. AFK says:

    You one good naybah, Moki-chan. Good karma on you. And I’m sure the goats thank you too for keeping them safe.

  3. Kim says:

    Guess the grass is greener on the other side… I love coming home, after a long time away.

  4. inoriz says:

    Hahahahah it must be a very funny sight!!!!!!!!!!! How are you Moki?

  5. Kikue Mugen says:

    Gosh you make a great neighbor! Most people would have something bad to say about the goats messing up the road and get all huffy about it. Hey, you can be my neighbor anytime! Then we’ll laugh about the goats together! LOL

    P.S. I was surprised there weren’t any pics of stray goats along with this entry.

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