Friday, 28 August 2015

Goats in Moulin en Tan France




More pics from our afternoon with the girls at
Moulin en Tan.
The day was hot - the temperature was in the high 30's.



The goats seemed quite happy lazing in the sunshine
showing no interest in climbing posts this day!






The two white doves showed more sense
resting in the shade of the tree.





I'm joining 
Theresa for Good Fences
Eileen for Saturday Critters
Mersad for Through My Lens
and
Arija, Gattina, Lady Fi, Sylvia, Sandy & Jennifer
for

Thank you all for hosting your great Memes!


Take care and
be kind to one another

Merci à bientôt

Shane


26 comments:

Sea Cottage said...

They are so cute! The goats at the Fair this Summer loved my Dad. They would kiss him.

TexWisGirl said...

they have a fancy fence to keep them in! nice!

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hi Shane,
I love the little goats, yes so cute!
I hope all is well with you and wishing you a wonderful weekend.
Julie xo

Stephanie said...

Such sweet and precious pictures, dear Shane. I can't tel you how lovely it is to visit your blog again! I know I said this before, but you were greatly missed :) Have a blessed weekend. Love to you!

Madeline's Album said...

Thanks for sharing some more of your trip with us. The goats are adorable. Great photos. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Jeanie said...

I've always thought little goats were so darned cute! These are adorable. It looks like a fun day!

Junkchiccottage said...

So cute Shane. Have a great week end.
Kris

Claudia said...

Hi Shane, wonderful pictures from this parc!
Happy weekend to you,
Love and hugs, Claudia xo

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

I have never understood why goats and horses refuse to get up under the shade tree. My horses will stand out in the blazing sun, when they have perfectly good shade just a few feet away. You are right- the birds are smarter!

Amy at love made my home said...

I wonder where the sheep went! The goats look happy enough though! xx

NC Sue said...

Such peaceful, pretty scenes!
I hope to see you at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/bennett-place-bit-of-history.html, and please join us each week for Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday)!

Raewyn said...

Just pausing to say how much I enjoy your photos - and story lines, Shane. Wonderful!!

Patty Antle said...

Hi Shane,
I enjoyed your pictures. Such a pretty place and lovely day!

Consider It All Joy said...

It looks like a lovely outing for you and the girls! I'm sure the sheep needed to find a cooler place to rest! Have a wonderful weekend! Blessings, Cindy

suziqu's thread works said...

Hello Dear Shane
Well how about that! Today we are both sharing Goat posts - it's so funny! I love those beautiful goats you visited! Do you know the breed?
It is shearing day here for our little goat family and I just adore goats especially the ones that give us fibres!!!
Thank you for sharing your lovely photos from Ireland and France from your recent trip.
The memories must be still close in your hearts! Enjoy!

It would be lovely to see you enrol into my class!
Thank you so much for sharing the link on your side bar!!!
Are you still working part time? or have you not gone back yet?
I do hope you get to enjoy some time in your lovely Spring garden which is approaching!
Love and hugs,
Suzy

handmade by amalia said...

I like a goat with the sense not to run around when it is hot.
Amalia
xo

Linda Kunsman said...

thanks for sharing these sweet pics Shane. I would have goats if I could and would only use them for making cheese:)

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Shane,
Goats can be so funny and playful.
They feel happy and don't mind the sunshine. In many countries they had to labor hard in the old days, carrying the marble and stone up the mountains for construction.
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

Lorrie said...

Visiting goats is popular with children all over the world, it seems. Last weekend we took two of ours to the local Children's Farm where they can pet the goats and comb their hair. It's a lot of fun.
The hot day would sap one's energy, indeed.

Gunilla Bäck said...

Cute goats! Thanks for visiting my blog. Enjoy your day!

Patricia said...

They are cute little goats, Shane, and I'm sure the girls enjoyed seeing them. But temperatures in the high 30s, that is a bit much! I always imagine France being gently cool :) The white doves are beautiful, always a sign of peace. Happy weekend. xox

eileeninmd said...

Hello Shane, the goats are so cute. They must enjoy the sunshine. The white doves are so pretty. Nice shot of the flowers and fence. I hope girls enjoyed the park and critters. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy day!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I grew up on a farm and had lots of different animals, but we never had any goats. I always wanted one because I thought they were so cute (still do!).

Margaret Adamson said...

Love all the Goat images. Have a lovely week ahead.

Wen Sylvestre said...

It looks so peaceful dear Shane. I always love seeing your beautiful photos from France. xx

Linda P said...

Hello Shane. I'm catching up on your news and hope you are well. Lovely photos of the goats and the doves. You must have had a good time at the park. Have a wonderful September!
Linda xx

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