On the trail for a trailer

We decided we should have a horse/livestock trailer. Mainly for any emergency vet visits for the Alpacas but also if we need to deliver them anywhere for any reason.

Wanted to start with a small second hand one and then see how we go — its one of those items that when you need it, you need it now, but you probably will only need it a couple of times of the year. We have been searching for about 3 months and at last we found a few that were a possibility.

Wednesday we took a run out to Loganville which is East of Atlanta to see a trailer – we arrived there at 5 pm and found that we were at a Pygmy Nigerian goat farm.

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They were very cute and very friendly as was their owner. You can see them all here . Anyway after lots of chatter and a good look around we left with the horse trailer and….

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…. also they make fabulous goat milk soap and were kind enough to give me some samples. The soap is great my hands feel so soft already. I decided to have a go at felting it, why you may ask, well 2 reasons, first its a good use of my fiber that I can’t spin but more importantly you have a built in wash cloth and it prevents you losing all of that fabulous soap getting too soft and disappearing down the sink.

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2 thoughts on “On the trail for a trailer

  1. Kat

    Could you not have used the big trailer, with the pull outs disengaged of course, for moving the animals about?!?

    Kxx

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