The first thing I had to do was trim their hooves, since it had been a while since I'd done it, and I wanted to check them over in general before putting them into the fenced area. You would think that they had checked in to Goat Spa Central, because they just chilled out in the deck chair and had a wee snooze while I worked on them.
"I am relaxing. Where is my pina colada?"
"My hooves will be beautiful."
Fezzik, because he is well-behaved and not a runner, was allowed to sample the greenery.
Yum, raspberry leaves!
More yum! Maple leaves!
Marc made some adjustments to the gate on the fenced area while I did the hoof trims.
Fezzik reunited with Twilight first (and there were some head bumps)!
Then it was Lucky Nickel's turn for a pedicure....I mean, hooficure.
Cabana boy....bring me my parasol!
"Why do these pallets have to be here? They ruin my view."
"I do not care that you are 'all done' with my hooves. I am not ready to move yet."
As usual, Lucky Nickel asserted her dominance.
Fezzik, smart goat that he is, stayed out of the way when Lucky Nickel was discussing her dominance with the sheep.
Fezzik then discovered the massage tree.
Goat and sheep sharing a massage.
Marc seemed to enjoy their antics, too!
Fezzik looks like a big white teddy bear with horns. He's as adorable as ever.
"I am a big fierce goat and I will show you by rubbing my head on this tree!"
Both goats quickly discovered the spruce trees on the menu.
They seemed to take a few moments to consider their new surroundings, but overall, they just fit right in to their new home.
I think Fezzik is pretty happy to be home.
And Lucky Nickel, as long as she is the centre of attention, is also happy to be home.
And me....I may be the happiest one of all. These goats saved my life one day, in the long-distant past. I am blessed to have them back with me again after such a long time.
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