SB 10.11.30

tac chrutvaika-dhiyo gopāḥ
 sādhu sādhv iti vādinaḥ
vrajān svān svān samāyujya
 yayū rūḍha-paricchadāḥ
Word for word: 
tat śrutvā — hearing this advice of Upananda’s; eka-dhiyaḥ — voting unanimously; gopāḥ — all the cowherd men; sādhu sādhu — very nice, very nice; iti — thus; vādinaḥ — speaking, declaring; vrajān — cows; svān svān — own respective; samāyujya — assembling; yayuḥ — started; rūḍha-paricchadāḥ — all the dresses and paraphernalia having been kept on the carts.
Translation: 
Upon hearing this advice from Upananda, the cowherd men unanimously agreed. “Very nice,” they said. “Very nice.” Thus they sorted out their household affairs, placed their clothing and other paraphernalia on the carts, and immediately started for Vṛndāvana.