Matt, on the other hand, knew what he was doing. Good job, Matt! #dousaflavor #lays (at Food Lion)
Cheese. #goats #goatlife (at Food Lion)
Julia, I know you meant well, but mango has no place has a chip flavor. Thx. #dousaflavor #lays (at Food Lion)
Tree house. #ruralnc (at Greene County)
County line. #ruralnc (at Wheat Swamp, North Carolina)
Branch Grove Free Gospel Tabernacle, circa 1937. #ruralnc (at Greene County)
Out and about in North Lenoir. #ruralnc (at Wheat Swamp, North Carolina)
Harvest time. (at La Grange, North Carolina)
The Free Press | A Goat’s Life
“Goats are the new cats.”
When Eve Honeycutt — a livestock agent with the Lenoir County Cooperative Extension office — heard that, she burst out laughing.
But it’s true. Goats have been scrambling up to the pop culture hilltop with their cloven hooves and to supplant the domesticated feline as an object of bemused affection and curiosity worldwide.
(Read the rest of the story and check out more goat photography at kinston.com.)
We so #fancy. #kinston #history #enc (at The Free Press)
#Sriracha’s on sale, if you need it. (at Food Lion)
Lunchtime car wreck — pepperoni on the window, sauce on the dash. No serious injuries, citations are TBD by KDPS. (at Capitola Ave)
WGN’s heralded new series “Manhattan” — on American development of the atomic bomb — went about 3 minutes in before lobbing some anti-war thoughts in our general direction.
The second grave in the Zachariah AME Zion Church cemetery bearing an April 15 birthdate. It belongs to Mahalia Hall, who passed away in 1975, five days from her 79th birthday. (at Walstonburg, North Carolina)
Unusual that I find one grave of a person also born on April 15 — the cemetery behind Zachariah AME Zion Church in Walstonburg, which holds about two dozen graves, has two. This one belongs to Vietnam veteran and U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. David Edwards Jr., who passed away in 1997. (at Walstonburg, North Carolina)