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Backseat driver

goat in the back seat of a car

We picked up our first goat today!

A tarp covering the backseat and a junk sheet to absorb any accidents worked like a charm in getting our goat safely home.

Total travel time with our new goat was just over 2 hours.

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What kind of goat did you get?
Comment by weezee Tue Oct 7 17:44:55 2014
weezee --- I updated Mark's post to link back to all the salient details. (And more will come in subsequent posts, so stay tuned.)
Comment by anna Tue Oct 7 19:33:53 2014
Congrats! Looking forward to many future goat posts. :-)
Comment by Jake Wed Oct 8 01:35:01 2014
I hope the goat was reasonably calm during your drive - those horns could do a lot of damage! She probably was a bit dazed by all the new experiences. Glad you got her back safely.
Comment by Rhonda from Baddeck Wed Oct 8 11:29:51 2014

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime