I love a good nursing picture! : )
This is how you load a goat into the back of a truck!!!
And this is how you keep your goats in the back of your truck while you drive them to market!
What are you looking at?!?!
We spent hours digging.... and it NEVER got old!!!
How much farther do I need to dig down to find a BIG sand rose?!?!gypsum or baryte which contain abundant included sand grains. The 'petals' are crystals flattened on the c crystallographic axis, fanning open in radiating flattened crystal clusters. The rosette crystal habit tends to occur when the crystals form in arid sandy conditions, such as the evaporation of a shallow salt basin. (wikipedia). They are heavy like rocks so even though Brad makes it looks like a light load, he is carrying a lot of weight above!
and they just kept collecting! : )
And they did!!! : )
and up I went!!!!
Back to camp!
And everyone wanted a turn!!! Brad had to help hang on so the kids wouldn't fly away! : )
Enough kite fun.... back to digging and collecting!!!
New Friends.... and it is an international group with one child from Germany and one from Holland and Addyson brings a bit of Canada to the group! :)
"1, 2, 3 GO! I jumping!"
And Owen is still digging!!!
Hey, can I get some more carrot?!?!
Got any more goodies over there?!?!
Give me a Goodbye kiss!
Attempting to get in on the fun!
I wanted a selfie before leaving.... and I got the perfect shot!!!! A great ending to a wonderful morning out in the desert digging for sand roses, eating lunch, playing with camels, and making memories with new friends!!!!!