The Goat Spot Forum banner
Status
Not open for further replies.
1 - 20 of 27 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,020 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Spring is slowly making an appearance and we'll soon be hitting the trails again. So this month Carolyn Eddy and Alice Beberness thought it would be nice to give away a copy of "Goat First Aid: The Trail Guide."
[attachment=0:2txs1uwt]First Aid Trail Guide .jpg[/attachment:2txs1uwt]
Written by both of them, its a packable edition of their larger book entitled "Field First Aid For Goats". With a smaller size and laminated pages containing all the common injuries and illnesses you are likely to encounter on the trail, its sure to be a required item on your goat packing trips for years to come.

You can enter to win your chance at this great reference guide by simply replying to this post!
 

Attachments

·
Registered
Joined
·
8 Posts
Please include me in the drawing.
The snow is leaving the lower country in North Central Idaho, the rivers are starting to rise, flowers are starting to bloom, the eagles are still here, but the osprey have returned.
There is construction on Highway 12, that's the scenic road from Missoula, Montana, over Lolo Pass, down the Lochsa and Clearwater Rivers. We do our best to keep the wait 15 minutes or less.
They are widening the highway between Syringa, Lowell and approximately 14 miles upriver from Lowell. I'm flagging on the project, so wave on your way through.
I'm hoping to do some camping, while working, I think there is plenty of side trails for the goats, dogs and I to go explore on my hours off.
Everyone have a great Spring/Summer/Fall. Since I'm working I couldn't ask for a better place to spend it,...unless it was in the high country!
I'm looking forward to the mini trips, the Selway, Fish Creek, ohhhh so many trails, and maybe a few no trail ventures.
gail
 
1 - 20 of 27 Posts
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top