Seaview is a sleepy little Victorian beach community. It really only comes alive June to mid September. We have old family beach homes, little shacks, B&Bs, historic homes, fine restaurants, art galleries, antique shops and a funky Lodge built in 1892.
The neighboring Sou'Wester Lodge sold last week. I will write more on this event later, but today is about Goats. Yes, Goats in the neighborHOOD.
What a sight it must have been - a dozen goats on ropes walking back from visiting the Pacific Ocean. My phone started ringing! It turns out the neighboring Lodge has some visitors - of the furry kind. Goats!
One of the little recycling station has gotten a bit run down. But it makes a perfect manger.
Last night we heard the unfamiliar sound of goats. Kind of fun actually. Ask me tomorrow how I feel about it then. I was up at 5am with birds screeching - either at the goats or the heron who is stalking our koi pond.
Today the goats got to enjoy a little enclosed pen with fallen trees filled with yummy moss, lichens, twigs and leaves. Hey wait! I wonder what the deer are going to think about the goats eating their tasty treats? At least you can hug goats. The deer only get close to our cat.