Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Lamb Camp - Tanglewood Farm

Some pretty lambs and good mommas at Tanglewood Farm in Versailles, Kentucky.













21 comments:

Dianne MacDonald said...

Thanks so much, Sara, for including my babies in the 2014 Lamb Camp. Just a bit of trivia for those folks who love poor, much-maligned Graham - 1401 and 1402 are his nephews and they are already showing promise of being just as fun loving and mischievous as their uncle Graham!

Jo said...

How great to see these photos and also read about the ancestry of the two lambs 1401 and 1402!

Willow said...

Awe ~ something wondersome bout a black sheep .

Jan baby said...

Boy oh boy, you are really making the rounds! Such beautiful lambs! Thanks for the experience last Saturday ---- us city folk don't get to see too many (if any) lambs being born right out in the field. Another new experience after 50!

Kaye Myers said...

Lambies....best "therapy" on earth! Have a joyful day!

Maureen said...

Is there anything cuter than black and white lambies? I think not. Adorable!

karen said...

thank you for that sweetness in the photos!!

LannieK said...

Precious!!! And related to Graham :-) Thanks for sharing your great pictures, Sara!

Tyche's Minder said...

Cute!! I love knowing who's related to whom. Sheepie soap opera -- in the very best way. :)

Suz said...

oh lamb love going on here

Andee said...

I love them!!!

Michaele said...

Fantastic! I love these!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

They are so absolutely adorable!!

sophy0075 said...

So sweet! I especially love #1411 (Baa, baa black sheep!)

What breed are these adorables and their mum?

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

OH, the black lambie and those 2 snuggling....

Michelle said...

precious

Alice said...

I would guess, Diane, that you know to keep sharp, pointy objects from 1401 and 1402, just in case uncle Graham's hankering for tools is genetic. ;-)

jenann said...

Aw! I'm out with our lambs day and night just now, but it still makes me feel a little sentimental when I see some from elsewhere.
Sadly it is time to tag ours - I just hate it, even after all these years. It is the first painful experience for them, no matter how good the tagger is. Oh for the days when we didn't need tags.

Judy said...

What awesome photos! We used to live near a farm with sheep and every spring I would cycle out to watch the lambs frolic around. They were so fun to watch. I miss seeing that.

Kim said...

I just love how their ears flap over from the tags! Such cuties.

Miha Giustina said...

Definitely all very huggable lambies:-). I hope the Tanglewood Farm shepherdess feels better soon!

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