Thursday, June 27, 2013

I'd Have Paid Five Bucks To See That


I watched Fat Little Maisie struggle under the fence, but turned my back and missed Big Unit Brat Willard get under.  That's Good Girl Blossom on the right side.  And you wonder why I'm the CRAZY sheep lady...

22 comments:

MarmePurl said...

That grass on the other side always seems better.

Rae said...

Love all their names - makes me smile.

Suz said...

hee hee
and I love that you are crazy sheep lady

Tombstone Livestock said...

Why should you be any different than the rest of us crazies. I'll outbid you and go for $10 if you can get them to do a replay.

Michelle said...

lol

Pam said...

Don't be dissin' my Willard.

Sheepmom said...

He must be boneless to be able to ooze under that bottom board. Careful he doesnt' teach the other sheep. Fences are supposed to be a "suggestion" of boudaries.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I'd have paid $5.00 to see that too!! :-)

Terry said...

That must have been very entertaining!

Lori Skoog said...

Ha ha ha!

Thirteen Sheep (Or More) said...

Goofy Sheeps!

Tyche's Minder said...

Hey, maybe he climbed over. That'd be worth a couple bucks too...

12Paws said...

LOL! I love the drama of your life! Sweet sheeps.

Christine said...

Reminds me of the time my Golden Girls broke into the chicken run through that teeny tiny door!

Miha Giustina said...

I agree with "Kim at Golden Pines." I too would have gladly paid $5 to see that! :-)

(And I must admit that I had no idea sheep could sneak under a fence. I though this was a goat's-only trait.)

thecrazysheeplady said...

I'm going to watch them as best I can today and see if he does it again and try to make me some money - haha :-D. He IS an old goat! ;-)

Susan said...

My exceptionally "fluffy" Linden managed to squeeze his way under what looked like an impossibly small space until I finally faced reality and fixed it. Who woulda guessed!

Alice said...

Check to see if they're wearing Spanx to be able to wiggle under their Limbo Stick! Add some music and see if you can catch 'em!

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

what a hoot!

majorasue said...

Just be glad you don't have any goats. I'm always amazed at how small a hole they can fit through. I once watched Maynard, a buck with a 4-foot horn spread, fit through a hole in the fence that was no wider than his face. Even though I was looking right at him, I'm still not sure how he managed it. Silly beasts!

La tribù della valle dei cavalli said...

Fortunatly you can say fat Maisie! I remember when she was so skinny she could had fit in a sock!
And B. Willard....so clever, I had an old fat sheep so clumsy but pretending to be agile. Once I found her stuck under the tractor,she was screaming "please help, I swear I will never try to do this again" :)
Hope yous never get stuck!

Ed said...

Maybe there is a hidden sheep transporter, they are aliens afterall..;-))

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