Sunday, January 16, 2011

Yellow Wolf Farm

Yellow Wolf Farm
http://yellowwolffarm.blogspot.com/
This post is about sending you to another blog. Stacey is a friend of mine who lives an hour plus away. For y'all who enjoy my blog, you'll like hers because Stacey knows a lot about self-sufficient living. Follow her blog and you'll learn a lot.


HonkyTonk first was bought my my sister-in-law, Sherry (Scott and Jeremy's mother), at a Farmers Market. Then, he lived with us for a while when we lived in a rural neighborhood. Then, he lived with a family, one county over, who had a beautiful pond. Then, after his girlfriend got killed, he came back to us, and then he went to Stacey's, but she sent him and her other geese to live at a vineyard while she was moving, once settled Stacey got them back. He is the tamest gander you'll ever meet, such a wonderful personality, just darling. I had a diaper made for him, made out of bathing suit material, and he'd sometimes sleep next to my bed.
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One time, Mike and I put HonkyTonk in the backseat, drove 6 hours one way to Cornerstone Farm, spent 2 nights at their B&B, to let HT pick out a girlfriend. Super African, Tootsie, picked HIM out. Scroll down almost to the bottom and you'll see us.

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http://yellowwolffarm.blogspot.com/2011/01/permanent-residents.html
Also, be sure to read about Stacey's, Rufus.
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Stacey knows that if HonkyTonk ever needs to be rehomed again, now that we live on 30 acres, HonkyTonk (and his present girlfriend) would always have a home here.
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Also notice that Yellow Wolf Farm and Cornerstone Farm have Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats.

4 comments:

Yellow Wolf Farm said...

I did not realize that Tootsie came from Corner Stone farm. Thanks for filling in Honky's history. He has done more in his lifetime then most people!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

will do!

SouthernHeart said...

What a cute picture of the "four" of you! And a cute story too!

Blessings,
Dianne
www.mysouthernheart.com

Nekkid Chicken said...

Done deal