We got five goats last week, and I finally got around to naming them:
- El Chapo (because he keeps escaping)
- Cocoa butter
- Truffle Butter (hiding behind the water barrel)
- Tater Tot
- French Fry (the one with one horn)
Hello! My name is Savannah and I am a nursing student. I have a lot of animals and live on a farm.
I speak English, but my French is a little rough. I don’t care about age, but I would like to send snail mail as well as social media! I’m very open, non judgemental, loving and understanding. I adore nature and traveling! I am currently very ill with a disease I was recently diagnosed with and would love the extra company! Xoxo Savannah
I headed up to the Carthage-Fort Drum area along the same route that French & Indian raiders took from Fort la Presentation in what is now Ogdensburg, N.Y., to Fort Stanwix in what is now Rome, N.Y. It is a long road that climbs the foothills of the Adirondacks and offers spectacular views of the surrounding rural New York countryside. The raiders made the entire trip, in the middle of the winter, on snowshoes, in only 12 days – without being detected. It was an incredible feat, even by today’s military standards.