Remember Y2K? It was that big scare that all our computers would crash because they wouldn’t have enough digits to roll over from ’99 to 2000, and that we’d be forever stuck in the 1900s. People were stocking up on food and water, because at the stroke of midnight they thought all the computer systems of the world would crash and we’d be left in the cold and dark.
I wasn’t worried though. I had a herd of 130 goats. So my plan was to become a nomad with my husband, my goats, and maybe some friends who deserved to be saved. We’d head for the hills, using the goats as pack animals. They’d eat anything they wanted along the way, and by watching what they chose to eat, I could add select vegetation to my diet. The does would make milk for us that we could turn into yogurt and cheese, and whenever we got hungry we could eat one of the wethers (a neutered male). The does and our bucks would make more babies, so I could always replenish my food source and we’d be completely mobile.
We all know that in an apocalypse you can’t trust just anyone. So … Read More »
Les and Kathy Sue want to wish you all the best of the season, so they’ve decorated the fence with zombie heads and taught them to sing Zombie Jingle Bells!