"You cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation.

You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it."
Dr. Adrian Rogers 1931-2005

Monday, January 16, 2012

Kidding?

This is Nellie, she is a LaMancha goat and is going to kid soon. She is the doe we bought with Norm the buck. Soon we will have goat milk, goat cheese, and frolicking kids jumping on top of everything (note the photo on the top of the blog).
No kidding!

North of the farm is a junkyard. I snapped some photos awhile ago and thought about my Mad Max post and realized I need to share the photos.

Did you know we have dinosaurs in Southern New Mexico?
Well for certain, toppled Rusty Rex dino's! I love the detail with the teeth!


Look at the back! Someone had some creative energy and of course a junkyard at their fingertips~
so they created rusty dino's skinny dino's and more!

No kidding!

9 comments:

debbieo said...

I am thinking of asking out landlords who have minature goats if they can put a few of them here and fence it in so I can milk them. They are all white, I dont now what kind but I really want to learn to make cheese. I sure miss having goat milk.
debbieo

Mrs.Rabe said...

They are creative and talented!

Be careful out there! :)

Deanna

kymber said...

Nellie is beautiful - i can't wait until she kids for more pics! and i also love your dinosaurs - that junkyard looks like much more fun than a museum! i wonder what other cool finds are there?

your friend,
kymber

musemater said...

The Rusty Rex is awesome! You live in such an interesting location, we don't have any dinos that I know of.

Nellie is beautiful!

Maria said...

lol! such a sense of humour from the people who run the junkyard!! I love your imaginative photography too Jennifer!

Rhonda said...

No KIDDING? Dino's in New Mexico ...uhm I could see that!
Enjoyed the slighest sweetness of good humor in your post....Hell-doe from Awk'n'saw

Humble wife said...

Debbie- I say ask...then you will know!

Deanna-lol

Kymber- every time I go out and about I find something cool. I love what I can find...of course, I must be clear~I do not go out of my way, just as I go somewhere!!xoxo

Oh Muse-it must mean that some junkyard person is bottling up their creative energy!!!

Oh thank you Maria-such is how I live. Sometimes I wonder how my Bill lives with me...I always look for more, deeper and seek the positive, the upbeat, and those happy.

LOL Rhonda!! Thank you and hell-doe buck at ya ;)

Anonymous said...

Oh Jen, how I have missed your humor!!
I was amazed when I saw the "54"a because I live off Hwy 54 - a world away!!!

Love and hugs to you!!!!!!!

Pat

Humble wife said...

Oh Pat-how wonderful that we are connected by 54 even if a world away! Of course we are connected by Him which unites us~ and for that I am so happy!