Went over to Marshalls Farm Stand on Wednesday to take a look at the new metal Alpaca made by the talented artist Chris Francis. I love visiting my friends the alpacas when over there. These gentle animals are fun and so cute. Also do not forget the goats, Ben and Jerry.
After picking up fresh veggies, fruits and meat, always go visit my friends in the barn yard.
When shopping at Marshalls Farm Stand saw an exciting sign. Marshalls Farm stand will be open until Christmas. After getting some fresh veggies and fruit went over to visit my friends, the alpacas and goats. Frankie she wanted to hang with me and the goats were making lots of great noises. Also noticed this unusual pumpkin.
If you need a smile take a ride over to Marshalls Farm Stand to visit Ben and Jerry the goats and see the Alpacas. They are all so friendly and will put a smile on your face.
What a great idea, they should bring the goats out to Ten Pound Island to eat the poison ivy. Goats love poison ivy. To read please follow the link below from the Gloucester Daily Times.
Every once in a while you’ll hear me say how smart my boys are….and then, one of them will say something like, “Well, obviously that goat is a boy.”
And my bubble is burst.
And…to make matters worse, I’m pretty sure the goat to the far right was teasing him…and the goat in the middle was snickering.
“Did you hear what that kid said? He thinks Gertrude over here is a boy.”
So much for the Topsfield Fair being a learning experience.