Carl has outdone himself yet again, and all whose so-called unreasoning, prejudicial complaints in re Carl's behavior, lodged against his "mother," Goat Whisperer Lance; are united today to celebrate a minor, yet joyous vindication. It reminds me of the time my ex insisted his unbelievably car-phobic dog was too car-trained, and his spectacularly ill-fated attempt to prove his point by having the dog ride in his brand new Jag. Oh yes, vindication is sweeeet. Carl has taken to wondering south, lately; all by himself... (a very ungoatlike thing to do) and browsing down to the packing house where the weeds and treats have proved to be less impacted by other, less trail-blazing, munchers. Although a known break-and-enterer up here by his barn (which means that young and old, residents and visitors alike must, without fail, remember to BOLT all exit doors or Carl will end up in the living room or his head in my recyling bin), Carl has found enough trouble to get himself into locally, and hasn't ventured south by more than a few hundred feet. Complaining about Carl has met with his mother's insistence that it's not provably Carl's fault. Or that he's being profiled. Yes, that was actually a position taken. Or that, if it is Carl's fault, not that that point is conceded...but if he is involved in an incident, he's helped us all become more situationally aware. My favorite. Or the post goat break-in wreckage that is my living room maybe isn't any goat's fault, as in who knows maybe one of your teens left it like that.....
So the discovery this morning of Carl's intrusion into the Goat Whisperer's office is cause for celebration. Good boy Carl! The really important papers are on the desk, and oooh, the books in the shelf are sacrosanct.
Looking for the Best things to Do for Plant Lovers in Fallbrook/Temecula;
North San Diego?
loving visitors from all over the world head to Fallbrook in San Diego’s North
County, to enjoy both nature and nurture, as commercial horticultural
excellence has found a home in the green hills here against the backdrop of
soaring oaks, 365 frost-free growing grounds, and all that the stunning Santa
Margarita River Reserve has to offer. Spring, 2018 has plenty in store for the plant loving visitor to North San Diego!
Frolic Garden TourSunday,
March 18, 2018 ~ 10 am - 12 pm $15 per person 390 Vista del Indio, Fallbrook Offers a 2-hour class in how to plan your water-wise
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to Vase Gala Dinner And Protea TourApril 7, 2018 $185-$205 Resendiz Brothers Protea Growers Rainbow, CA A once in a lifetime gala dinner celebrating the amazing
exotic plant, the prehistoric-looking protea,
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With all the folks heading to Temecula/Fallbrook Wine
Country for wine tasting, the fact that the area is also a great cheese lovers’
destination is less known. As long-time advocates of all that is cheesy, we
here at Morning Song Farm beacon you to consider a curd-focused trip to our
hidden gem community. Soros’ Greek
28464 Old Town
A trip to the area in search of the best cheese isn’t
complete without a taste of Soro’s Mediterranean Grill’s saganaki. Served as an
appetizer for 12.95 for lunch or dinner, it could easily be the main course
with a nice glass of wine. Soro’s rendition of Saganaki is a flamed and spiced feta
cheese prepared table side with brandy and lemon. Curl up with your friends on
the floor pillows or dine at a table, but enjoy the authentic offerings. If you’re
enjoying the trip with a few friends, the Mezza Plattter ($49.95) is appetizer
paradise. It includes their amazing hommus, baba ghanoush, tzatziki, tabouli,