Warren was grilling brats the other night and heard a loud clickity clack coming from behind the barn. He went to investigate and saw this -- a perfect example of the difference between sheep and goats. The lure of tree leaves is too much for goats to resist, and their dexterity allows them to climb slippery surfaces. It took them an hour of climbing, sliding, jumping, climbing, sliding, jumping and climbing again before they mastered it, but by the next day half of the leaves on that scrub tree were eaten. The lambs just stand around and watch them. I wonder what they are thinking?