Thursday, 28 May 2015

GOOD FENCES - Blessingbourne House (Part 4)

When I arrived to stay at Blessingbourne House this year, these 2 goats seemed to remember me as they rushed over to greet me.   This brown goat below is called Lyton and he is a Golden Guernsey.



The black goat is called Crunchie named as such because he grinds his teeth and is a Pygmy goat.  When he saw me coming, he would rush over so I could scratch behind his ears.  He loved that.


Last year I posted information about both of these breds and if you missed that and wish to learn about them as well as seeing more photos and video of them, CLICK HERE.





CLICK HERE if the video does not appear below.  



I hope you enjoyed seeing these very friendly goats that live at Blessingbourne House.

I am linking this post with GOOD FENCES.

Many thanks for visiting and also to all those who leave comments.

30 comments:

  1. Goats bring back many happy childhood memories. Ours were the very devil to keep from escaping.

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  2. I have a soft spot for goats. Thank you.

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  3. Oh my goodness, you've got it all going on in that video finishing with the big' ta ra' the peacock - that's brilliant!
    Have a lovely day
    Wren x

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  4. Hi Margaret,
    Beautiful pictures of the goats, the video is also nice.
    Best regards, Irma

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  5. How lovely to hear your voice, Margaret. What is that trilling bird in the background? Love the fat goats and that they are so friendly. Great fence post. Jo

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  6. Just checked a couple of your always delightful posts and you sure surround yourself on your travels with friendly goats, cats, dogs and the like, wonderful posts always~

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  7. Hello Margaret, the goats are so cute. It is nice they remembered you! Love the photos and video. Enjoy your day!

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  8. They are real characters Margaret.

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  9. Fun, post Margaret - I don't see many goats around here. Our friends in the country do have some peacocks though.

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  10. Great post - (sorry I haven't responded to your comments on my blog, but they come through as no-reply)

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  11. Margaret, very unusual animals.

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  12. they're very cute and friendly. :) (i did link you this morning.)

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  13. Beautiful animals. Love the curious horses in the video.

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  14. Glad they were friendly so as you could enjoy more. You did a very nice job on your photos.

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  15. Margaret
    the pictures are beautiful. Stunning animals.
    Your post as usual is fantastic, I am enchanted.
    Greetings from Polish.
    Lucia

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  16. Lovely shots of them. Our home overlooks a goat pasture belonging to our neighbor and we enjoy watching the goats frolic.

    Carolina Mts

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  17. Oh, beautiful animals !!!

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  18. Such fun critters. Your blog is a great tourist guide for every place you visit.

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  19. Wonderful animals! Great post.

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  20. They look like wonderful creatures, Margaret!

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  21. Great fences and goats that lay basketball eggs :)
    Nice one, Margaret!
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  22. Splendid shots of the goats. They are quite the character these animals. They have cute faces.

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  23. So cute, animals are just the best to be around!

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  24. Cute little animals remember their good friend Margaret!
    ~

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  25. the goats are so cute, and the look well fed too. :>)

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  26. Those goats are so fun.

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  27. Lovely photos of the cute goats!

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  28. How fun these goats seemed to remember you! They are really lovely and look very friendly too.

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