Lewis and Clark have arrived


Whirldworks Farm’s Corp of Discovery is now complete and ready to begin the exploration phase of their journey. Our Doelings, Amelia and Harriett had the run of the barnyard for a few weeks, but yesterday we brought the boys, Lewis and Clark, home and let them loose in the barnyard.

It took all of perhaps 5 seconds for them all to make friends. Ruth the donkey wasn’t quite sure what to make of these newcomers and she followed them around for a little while. The girls decided it was time to get a better view and headed for the goat hutch roof. The boys saw what was going on and ran over to meet them. It took them a few tries, but eventually all four goats were on the rooftop lounge making conversation.

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