Sunday, July 5, 2020

4th of July

What a wonderful crew came to help Celebrate the 4th of July.
Mia, Richard, Sam Ac, Lynda, Roxanne and a family celebrating Ciara's Birthday!!. Mom Amber, dad Matt (aka Hercules) and sister Cheyenne.
What a grand Day!!!

Saturday, June 27, 2020

New Goats


Welcome Sam and Bill, our newest goats. Their owners Cathy and Steve were so kind to place them under our care to help them recover. The rest of their herd were killed in a mountain lion attack, but they managed to rescue these two and gave them lots of care and took time to heal and rehabilitate them.  
Come around and meet them, they are very kind, and gentle. 





Yay for Anna



Our wonderful volunteer Anna is a Graduate from Douglas County High School. She's a future student at the University of Kansas, works a full time job, and still has time to bake us some delicious cupcakes. The cupcakes were in celebration for the first day of summer. Yay, for delicious cupcakes and a beautiful summer !!












Friday, June 26, 2020

Remembering Goldie


One of our amazing volunteer's, Kalyssa, created this beautiful plaque for our late friend, Goldie. Goldie is fondly remembered by everyone. 

Hay Donation



Hay has arrived, specially ordered by Jim and Lynda from Brighton.



Josh helps unloading from the top.




Stack is getting shorter.
Each 60 pound bale was carried and stacked with care into the hay shed




These two volunteers devised a strategy to use team work and they got the job done fabulously.




Everybody works hard to get the hay stacked nicely





Hay is all unloaded and stored. The driver is ready to head back to Brighton. 




This wonderful group of volunteers came by to help unload 160 bales of hay donated by Jim and Linda Wagner, two very awesome people with great big hearts. They are the original owners of Juanita/Juan, Frankie, Kellie, and Oscar.
Thank you !























Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Goat walk






Just taking the goats out for a walk.  Each one got a new halter.  We are learning to "heel" :)

How old are you?



Let us know how old you are (in horse years of course)