A Christmas Treet

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Christmas is finally over… we decided it’s time to move our Christmas tree from the back deck to it’s final resting place in the pasture.  Before we had ruminants, we would sink our Christmas tree in the pond for a fish habitat.  But now, how can we deny them such a refreshing evergreen snack?  Rudy saw it enter the pasture first and came running with his boy in tow, clueless as to the excitement.  Then the rest of the goats caught on.  The sheep were last to the party, but would not be denied.  It was like a shark feeding frenzy!   Everyone’s breath smells like a car deodorizer now.  Is it any wonder we no longer have pine trees in our pasture?

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. mieljolie
    Mar 11, 2011 @ 11:30:17

    I’m amazed you’ve managed to keep the tree alive this long! And, it’s good to know it’s STILL being enjoyed. 😉

    Mieljolie

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