This is an addition to my farm trip I talked about in my post yesterday. When I mentioned about my experience with the 3 geese, I forgot to mention that they seemed to make an alpaca nervous. They were right outside of the large enclosure where the alpaca was, so when I got to the alpaca, he/she ran away from me. With all the commotion with the geese, it didn't surprise me. :) And one of my dear readers said that the geese I encountered were Chinese geese. Let me just say that this is the second time I have encountered Chinese geese that were aggressive. A couple of years ago I was attacked by a Chinese gander (male goose), but this one was a gray one. However, this was before I understood their language. He came at me and grabbed my pant leg (jeans). Since he grabbed my jeans he didn't hurt me but I backed away and spoke softly to him saying, "It's O.K.". At this point he realized I "got" his message and backed off. LOL! :) After this incident I began to understand their language and thankfully have avoided attacks since that time. I also saw a little female donkey that enjoyed the petting I gave her. So sweet. :)
The videos I have chosen for this post are:
A Just for Laughs Gag/Juste pour Rire
Otter and Kitten Become Friends
Loomi Tea (Thirsty for)
Turkish Lullaby, Ninni
For the following, I am providing the link sources beneath each photo. You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.
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