Goats on the hill behind our house.
They pretty much stay on this side of the road now even at night, except when the kids decide to have some rodeo fun and chase them on the 4 wheeler. They don/t bother anything and since brother is on one side and son is on the other, I don't worry much about them bothering the neighbors.
The George's bought the wire and got it buried for the RV down at the neighbors.
The chickens enjoyed new ground. The RV is still at my house, and it may be a while before it gets transported.
Son is now working on the road. Water stands here when it rains and he wanted to put in a tin horn. One day last week he was working up at the shop at Ridgedale, digging ditches for something. Some guys came by in a pickup with a tin horn in the back. They said he looked like a man in need of a culvert. He did not need one there at work, but thought it would come in handy at home. He said they looked like they had a need for $50 to purchase their meds, so that is what he paid for it. I think he better get it brought down here before the law comes looking for stolen goods. Anyway, boys think building roads is more fun than moving travel trailers.