Friday, August 12, 2011

Able to leap tall buildings with a single bound


I can't keep this one in.

14 comments:

SueP said...

What a fantastic picture! Such luck that you were there at the right time with your camera.
Who is that little rascal?

Terry Golson said...

Do a "Babe" and enter her in agility. Do the rules say it has to be a dog?

Marigold said...

Grandma Hannah Belle taught???

Millie said...

Wow! Hope you have her entered in the Goat Olympics.

goatgirl said...

This one isn't related Hannah Belle, Marigold. This is Bliss, she is a Boots and Jackpot baby.

Feral Female said...

Woo-hoo, look at her go!

Anonymous said...

When will you post again ? Been looking forward to this !

Marigold said...

Well, related to Hannah Belle or not, perhaps you better consider the purchase of a nice horse trailer. :)

schoonoverfarm said...

What a great photo! You have your work cut out for you!

Sara said...

Look at the goat jump! Wow! Great capture!

Christine said...

LOL, great shot!

Amish Stories said...

I was just passing through and popping on blogs that I've never been on before. So greetings folks from Lebanon county's Amish community. Richard

Phyllis said...

Good grief!!! What a cool shot - can't believe you caught that.

The previous post about the eagles is quite amazing. They are incredible creatures. I've only seen them in flight up many feet and get goose bumps. I'd sure keep close watch of anything small enough that could be a meal - dog or otherwise.

I read somebody's blog post last year - can't even remember who it was - but they had come upon a pair of eagles that had fought and gotten entangled. One was dead and I can't remember if the other was or not, but she managed to take them to the authorities or something. It was quite the post.

Do the eagles stay nearby all year round?

goatgirl said...

Phyllis, they are heavy now with the salmon run and most will move on once that is over but a few will stay all year.
Just talked to my neighbor today. She said she was having lunch on her deck with a friend and they heard a whoosh and then felt the spray of an eagle relieving himself as he flew over the table.