|Lisa feeds Boomer breakfast in the kitchen|
|Boomer fits right in with the antique sideboard and Nativity.|
I really didn't want to bring a ram into someone else's house, especially an unknown ram into a house full of beautiful antiques. So Boomer spent the night in the car. We left the windows partly down, so he had ventilation and he had a bale of hay and a bucket of water.
This morning it was pouring rain. Not something new for this trip. I think the sound of the rain on the roof of our very comfortable room helped me sleep in until after 6 a.m.
Leesa and I went outside and haltered Boomer to take him for a walk. He doesn't like the halter. He was too busy fussing at the thing on his face to eat or drink. She again said it was fine to bring Boomer in the house. So, we did.
He was good and calm and very careful with his horns.But the halter was still bothering him. After checking things out, I took off his halter and Leesa fed him some grain and got him to at least dip his muzzle in the water. Boomer was a very well behaved, prim and proper house sheep.
|Leesa's dad makes birdhouses and she has done|
this really cute Christmas display of them on the
mantle of their massive fireplace
Now we're on the road to home. Stay tuned for more "Travels with Boomer".
|Shawn and Wayne discuss broom design as we try to wait|
for a break in the rain.