We had to take down the main entrance to the "pasture pen" so we could assemble the old/new chicken coop. And the girls were allowed to roam about the yard. I say old/new chicken coop because we are using Nina's old clubhouse that Scott built her some time ago and turning it into a new chicken coop with fresh plywood sides, but old framework. Scott got a screamin' good deal on brand new plywood at a garage sale--3/4 inch plywood at only $7.50 a sheet. We checked it out at Home Depot and it usually runs $22 a sheet! We are really happy of course. We wouldn't be able to do our stuff w/o having had the blessing.
Of course, having goats, there is a large amount of curiosity going on. And possible eating of things not intended for animal bodies. It felt like we were keeping our eyes on toddlers!
After discovering she can't eat screws, Star goes for the Gatorade!
Everytime we set any kind of wood down, the girls would be all over it, eating the shavings and nicks that we could barely see.
Star and I played movie star for a couple minutes with the camera.