Friday, August 24, 2012
Roof Over Their Horned Heads
The goats laughed. They had their babies in it and promptly went to work ripping apart the corrugated rubber roof. After they dismantled that, they began scratching and rubbing against the walls, compromising the integrity of the building.
We left the skeletal remains up all summer and gave up.
Until today. I scavenged three long beams from a fence panel the bucks had all but destroyed and nailed them atop the panel walls.
The goats chuckled, amused. Big Momma rubbed her head against the beams, testing their strength.
She watched me nail on an old tarp and smirked. It's only a matter of time before they destroy this...again.
Or is it?
Posted by Unknown at 12:59 AM