“Oh my gosh, it’s a squash”

“Oh my gosh, it’s a squash, broccoli, tomatoes and many other seedlings!

We spent the day prepping our garden beds, and planting a variety of vegetables, as well as flowers to detour garden pests.

It was a beautiful day, and we had lots of fun. Although, I have to say, the sun felt like it was about 110, but I think it was only 75 degrees! Summer here we come.

Once there were five goats

Once there were five Boer goats who lived at a farm in Brentwood. They lived in a barn, along with many other Boer goats. Then one day the Muhlestein family brought them to their ranch, and they were finally home! Home, where they would live the rest of their furry lives, munching on lush green pastures, and frolicking up and down the green hills.

Shepard the Great!

Shepard our Great Pyrenees is the newest addition to the family! He is only eight weeks old, and is the sweetest, most gentle, soon to be “giant” dog.

Shepard’s ranch job will be to protect our goats and sheep in the pasture when he turns 16 weeks old. So, if you want to snuggle with this little guy, you better make is soon, because Great Pyrenees can weigh up to 120lbs!

Not to worry though, these dogs are also know as the gentle giants, and are wonderful around children.

The Great Pyrenees dog breed‘s goal in life is to protect sheep, goats, livestock, people, children, grass, flowers, the moon, the lawn furniture, bird feeders. Oh yeah, and to give, give, and give unconditional love.”