Goats turn into sheep and we take an erratic walk

The goats took about three days to do their work.

3 days work

3 days work

Check the previous post for the before picture.

We came across the after picture on a homeward bound leg of a walk.
But we had not reached 20,000 steps on Carl’s counter, so we turned north instead of south.
As we rounded a corner we thought we heard a baby, but not quite.
I joked that the goats had gotten loose and were roaming the neighborhood.

We were next accosted by this little guy.

Up and coming lawn mower

Up and coming lawn mower

Pretty darn cute for a future leg of lamb.

Today’s walk had to wait for the rain to cease.
After dinner we set out.
Carl wanted to do some steps, but I was not looking forward to a walk, not a workout.

We settled on a longer than planned route with some hills and valleys.
The goal was taken from the Seattle Times sketcher piece in the morning’s paper.

We have been to the Rock before, an erratic from a glacial period.

This walk was not only a chance to get out of the house, but to avoid getting too worked up over a Sounders game on TV. The score was 1-1 when we left at about 30 minutes through the first half. It was still 1-1 when we passed a bar with about 10 minutes left in the game. As we rounded a corner for the last 9 blocks to home, we heard a roar from a bar about 1/2 block away. Our assumption that the Sounders had scored a goal were confirmed when we passed the Bierstubbe, and they held on for the win!

Other than that – a bit of work, and chance for some sunshine tomorrow.

 

2 Responses to “Goats turn into sheep and we take an erratic walk”

  1. RegenAxe Says:

    Did the goats eat the woody stems too?

  2. Margaret Says:

    That goat is adorable–not saying I would want one, since they are unrestrained eaters. šŸ™‚ Glad the walk went well and the Sounders game too.

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