And A wonderful pose from the new mama.
The goslings have reached that funny stage where they are half fluff and half tiny feathers.
Summer Fiber Camp started today, so of course we went down to see the animals, I asked the kids if they could tell the three girls apart and one young boy said yes, one had grass on its bill. I told them they could name them if they could find a way to tell them apart. Another camper suggested dyeing them blue, green, and red. Oh boy.
I made it through the first day of Fiber Camp without remembering to take pictures again, and the camera was in my pocket. Just shows how intent we are on what we are doing. Nine kids today and 4 were boys. Biggest percentage of boys yet. It was a good day.