They do tend to make me somewhat homebound as far as traveling goes, as it's not easy to find back-up people for milking (all of ya'll need to learn how to milk a goat...just sayin, you'd make much better neighbors). So my favorite vacations are ones involving goats. Usually goat shows. Which is ok, I'm not big into traveling and roadtrips anyway. If you've got something that you enjoy at home, why go all over the globe to find that enjoyment. Mine's in my pasture. Don't need a Passport or airport fuss-and-bother for that.
If you want an idea of some of my beliefs, look up Ravi Zacharias on YouTube, and look up the Legacy Institute/Carrie Abbott on the web. Oh, and Answers in Genesis. If I haven't frightened you away yet...then lets chat. ;)
Oh yeah, and check out Joel Salatin/Polyface Farms. He's my hero. And I'm aiming my diet to something like the Weston Price Foundation recommendations. Yes, I'm weird like that. And proud of it.
Also, if it takes me a while to reply, it's probably not you...I am working and I also take care of 13 goats, 2 calves and a sheep...kind of like children who never grow up.