๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ My Ole Rhode Island Home ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ

Back in the land of the Atlantic Ocean, and neighbors with goats.

What’s the best way to mow without harming the environment?? A Gaggle of Goats.

Rentable for $2000 week. What a great business.

Then there’s the ocean. Still here. Still makes my heart skip a beat.

It’s not raining here yet but it might as well. The house is damp and the moisture on the window sills is heavy.

Went out for breakfast and while Mr. EOS had his beloved johnnycakes and bacon, I remain the good girl and had a poached egg and Canadian bacon. Drat.

Happy Wednesday!!

5 thoughts on “๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ My Ole Rhode Island Home ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ

  1. Are you staying in the carriage house? Probably not if there’s moisture on window sills in a damp house. Not raining here yet either. Weekend looks beautiful. Lovely time of the year to be along the coast of New England. Pretty rotten for your Floridian readers. We wish them well.
    $2,000/week to rent the goats. How much of a demand is there? There’s a goat for hire business in my town- at least there was last year.

    1. Not in the carriage house yet. The large elephant in the room is “when will the carriage house be done”. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

      We’re in one of the rentals, now vacant.

      The goat business is strong here. At least three neighbors have used this service. It’s pretty cool. I’ll have to find out who runs it and see if there’s a link to post.

  2. Goat business is still in business in my area with golf courses among the clients. Goats eat poison ivy and there’s plenty of that.
    Rain should begin soon. Not a good beach day at all.

  3. Love your goats and beautiful Rhode Island Shore. A peaceful escape for city folks like me. What’s a Johnny Cake? Now you know I’m a city folk!
    Glued to weather channel with prayers being said for those in danger.

    1. I’ll post photo of johnnycakes tomorrow. They are unique to RI, a thin pancake, almost like a crepe, made out of stone hound corn meal. Some parts of RI make them fluffy like regular pancakes. Here, they are very thin and best seared on a flat top.

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