We got an offer on the house and, if we can get the contract signed, we'll be moving. Unfortunately, Team Caprinae won't be going with us. :whatgoat: We just got back from two weeks in Florida and, sad to say, I didn't miss the farm much at all. Conveniently all the flooding happened while we were walking down the beach. I got to watch the rescue calls roll across my cell phone with my toes in the sand. I didn't miss the calls, either. Discovered I'm okay being a spectator. Very liberating. But I will miss the team. Unfortunately trying to put them on a leash and pretend they're a dog doesn't fool anyone. It's been quite an adventure. A books worth of learning experiences. Going to start a documentary on the mobile lifestyle while I'm finishing the hobby farm book and, like a lot of things, the best way to get that story is to live among your subjects. Something which attracts the wrong kind of attention from the neighbors when you try that with livestock. Maybe I can get you guys to give me your opinion on some sample chapters? I was really thinking about a goat documentary but couldn't come up with an angle. Goats as pets is worth a two minute spot on Sunday am, but not enough there for a doc. Raising goats is interesting, but for livestock they're not terribly difficult to maintain. The best angle I could manage was how five companies pretty much control the meat market in the US. Interesting and ominous but not specific to goats. Met some really interesting filmmakers in the Orlando area. We jointly pitched a commercial project while I was there and if that goes through between that project and my stuff I'm going to be busier than a big billy in Nannyville. Last chance. If anyone is going through western TN, we have to move the team out sometime in the next few weeks. If we can't find a local buyer, that will mean the auction house. I'll make anyone here a heck of a deal to avoid sending them out to auction. If you know someone, steer them to me.