Eva's #3

canesisters

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Hi everyone. I haven't been on much lately - just not a lot of 'garden' stuff going on around here this year. I stop in now and then to see what yall are up to though.
Anywho, I wanted to pop in and share with those that might be interested that Eva has had calf #3. A boy with a WILD white face. 😁
No name yet, but I really like the idea of naming him "three" or "third" in a different language.
Both are doing great.
I've just about mastered mozzarella making :drool this time around. Last time, I didn't really get much past making hard, rubbery human chew toys :sick.

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I wondered what the number three would be in Scottish Gaelic, since part of Eva's heritage is Angus (correct?) and Angus cattle originated in Scotland.
I looked it up and the pronunciation for three in Scot's Gaelic is ....."three".
I know. You're welcome Cane.
And congratulations on a very handsome calf, good work Eva!
 

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