OK, Sat evening, 6/12, after arriving from Moab. .. Checking out the three new kids (L-R): Stormy, Cody and Cloudy.
The pygmy goats are sisters - and they earn their keep by devouring the abundant "weeds."
They're almost inseparable.
[Sunday morning now.] .. Sunny is very tolerant of Cody, who turned one in April.
Sunny cleaning the dinner plate - saves on overusing the dishwasher. :)
[Joel with his new iPad.]
Sunny doesn't mind getting in your face - and he loves attention.
[Did I say Joel loves his new iPad!]
I'm tagging along for part of Debbie's run.
The Fruitland Farm four acres are hidden within the wooden area in the center.
Telephoto of Ben Lomond Pk - with a fresh dusting of snow on summit.
Joel practicing his reading.
Cody can help him with the pictures.
Did I mention that Sunny is very tolerant of little people!
Cody wants to be an engineer - like his parents.
Cody will have his own iPhone soon.
The car makes for a great gymnastics platform.
Following some high winds, time to clean up the windfall - too much for sunny to handle.
Don't worry - there's plenty of greenery left.
Not much showing in the vegetable garden this early in the season.
Off for an evening stroll. .. Ben Lomond behind the clouds. .. The iconic LDS church on right.
Joel heads the local Trails Committee, and this is part of a to-be new trail.
[Back at Fruitland Farm late Monday afternoon, after my visit to SLC and Antelope Island - pix at end.]
Note: Utah also has Columbines.