Wednesday, August 13, 2014

It's Complicated

A few leftover pictures from the other evening.

I wish the dye garden showed up more.  I could take down that black fence...but then I wouldn't have a dye garden any more ;-).

Woody looks pretty sweet and innocent in this picture, but he's the ring leader. For everything.

"Who me?"

I'm thinking about moving Hershey, Daniel and Chocula into the boy's pen to start slowly introducing them to the big kids.  I'd add Burrnie in too...but he'd miss Maisie.  Daniel doesn't like to be separated from the main flock though (babysitting Burrnie was hard on him)...but he wouldn't want to be separated from his brothers either.  Grahammy?  That's all Woody needs - some encouragement from the master of trouble.  Keebs. Doesn't. Babysit.

"Oh, Uncle WILL-ard..." ;-)


Mt Devon Meanderings said...

Woody reminds me of my Florence. I just posted pics of her. She is such a silly little sweetheart.

Michelle said...

It may be complicated, but it's also very funny – at least to the rest of us! ;-)

Susan said...

What do you grow in your dye garden? I have been noodling indigo, but don't know that it would do well up here. So many personalities -- it's always a bit bumpy when you make changes, but your sheep are the best!

Terry said...

They're as bad as horses! Flock dynamics!

Lisa W said...

"I wish the dye garden showed up more. I could take down that black fence...but then I wouldn't have a dye garden any more." Yep, those rascals!

Linda said...

Fun in the pasture!


thecrazysheeplady said...

I did a recent post on the dye garden. I have *most* everything ID'd (is that a word?).

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

That Woody does have quite the innocent face but therein lies the problem!! Trickster!!
flock dynamics is right, good thing you have them your mind :)

Caren Gittleman said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE your sheep!


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