Our Barnyard By Moonlight! Posted on December 12, 2013December 10, 2013 by Elephant Billy Whiskers, Jr. and His Chums. By Frances Trego Montgomery. Illustrated by Hugo von Hofsten. The Saalfield, Publishing Company: Chicago, Akron, Ohio & New York. 1907. Like this:Like Loading... Related
12 thoughts on “Our Barnyard By Moonlight!”
Is that a Harvest Moon? Looks like it. Nice!!
Yes, it is a harvest moon!
Of course I love the goat pics, though our goats get tucked in and locked up at night to protect them from the coyotes. We don’t keep a buck because a buck in heat makes the milk of the doe taste gross. Today after a few failed attempts at breeding our doe Pixie to a friend’s buck we have to play fertility doctor and give her a shot so she gets into “standing heat” before it’s too late!
Maybe all Pixie needed was a little moonlight (without coyotes of course)!
Aw, you’re right. You’re such a romantic–one of the things I love about you. Hope you’re having a nice holiday season so far!
Help!! This is my third time posting this – I can no longer “see” things on WordPress! Why is that? At first I thought it was just a little something, but now it has gone on for days and I am sad and sorry that I can’t look at posts, most comments, or anything else. How did I get crosswise of WordPress?
I have no idea–but I hope it gets sorted soon! hate to think of you being sad, my friend. For a little while I wasn’t getting posts from some of the blogs I followed. It was very strange but went away. Let me know if you figure it out..
My reader still doesn’t work – I only get to see posts that were posted within the last 40 min or so – I like to zip through the whole day. Things are still not working right – I want some magic to happen!
Thank you for your kind words – hope I get fixed soon!
I had a problem where the same ten or so blog posts kept scrolling over and over and those were the only blogs I could see in my reader. It eventually went away.:)
Seems like moonlight keeps the farmyard wide awake. What mischief is afoot?
Every one is a little naughty by moonlight!