Back off up the road to collect the remaining two with their babies and then everyone was home for the winter!
While we were moving the cattle around, I shut the back door to the goat barn. Obviously, some of the more nosey goats then wondered what was going on. Here's Polly and Pixie trying to see through the gap in the gate:
But the older ones have seen it all before and showed no interest at all in what was going on ... Here's our oldest girl Tammy just taking it all in her stride:
Tinky and Winky really couldn't be bothered with anything at all:
Our little black escaping man (who has come to be known as 'Nobby' for no apparent reason) seems to have acquired a couple more friends to play with:
The other black kid is actually his brother.
These two little men have very characteristic faces with a slightly wonky nose. In the goat shed this is known affectionately as 'a little Beamish face' as our lovely chap Beamish seems to throw kids with very cute little faces. You can see the family resemblance. Here's Beamish's mum Cilene:
The big man himself - Beamish:
And one of her daughters - Rosie: