Checkup with picnic – after all, why not?

On a regular basis you need to check up on your animals, fences and water systems. But what is better than combining that with a dog goat run and some picnic?

The goats like picnics very much. There are so many things you can sniff on, chew on or stick your head in. They are hilariously entertaining and annoying, at the same time or interchangeably.

It’s also always a good opportunity to find things on the way, little things to be excited about. Like moss, some insects, frogs, an interesting looking piece of bark etc. You get the idea. It’s about walking through the landscape with open eyes.

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