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A Little Sad


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Posted by EIEIO on September 16, 2002 at 11:06:03 from (66.82.9.18):

Finally getting to say "Good Morning" - scratch that "Good Afternoon". Well Dennis took two sheep today. I felt worse than when we took the pig. Samson, pygmy goat, and Peep, little sheep, were just a crying away and they didn't even know them that well. Than Halfpint, pyr, decides to follow Dennis down the road with Samson a close second. What a mess!! The loading was easy, easy, easy but the driving off was the pits. I finally put all three critters in the huge pen that they can go in and out to a pasture. That **&&$&&#*@dog is still doing its killing and try as we may we cannot get to him. I am ready to let Halfpint run free for awhile but I don't think he would do that well up against a Rotweiller. I or Dennis are going to get the SOB, it is not fair that we try to raise critters only to have them killed by that $*%((^)%)%*($&* dog. Excuse the rough language but I guess this is just a bad day!!!!!!!!!!!




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