Friday, March 13, 2015

Leftovers

While the snow is completely gone and the grass is already starting to green up, the shearers are in town (and shearing here today) so things are a little crazy. Here are some last, but not least pictures from last week. 


Burrnie


The snow had covered the standing sheep!


I love to see who is sleeping through the "looking glass" - the sheep I spot through the narrow door into the outer stall.  It's Spud :-).


It's going to be hard for me to say goodbye to all their fuzziness, especially the "lambs".  I know the sheep will be so much happier though...


Hank and I both miss the snow :-(.


16 comments:

Auntie Reg said...

Anxious to see Burrnie without his woollies! I hope you save everyone's bangs. Finally- does Maisie know what is about to happen?...

I need orange said...

Burrnie looks so content. Thank goodness he is safe with you all, rather than still where he was before he was rescued!

It's still way too cold here to be running around nekkid. The very thought makes me shiver! :-)

Donna said...

All the wonderful fleece you will soon have! I can't wait to see them in their new "clothes".

RuusVerd said...

Have fun shearing with all this rain. :-S

Tombstone Livestock said...

You'll miss all the pretty snow pictures but the grass will cut down the hay bill, always a bright side to something. Enjoyed checking out mug shots with my morning coffee today.

Terry and Linda said...

I don't miss the snow...nope I don't!

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Susan said...

Can't wait to see the nekkid sheep!

Far Side of Fifty said...

I hope the weather stays warm for the half nekkid sheeps. I would be tempted to put them all in coats:)

Marty Damon said...

My first visit here and I fell in love with those faces instantly! Love the smile in the first one.

Linda said...

Lovely photos. :)

Linda said...

Lovely photos. :)

Arlette Seib said...

I can't believe how much snow you had there. Awesome photos!!

T.L. Merrybard said...

Seeing Burrnie looking so very happy and contented when I think about how miserable his start in life was, well it's heart warming is what it is. :)

Sarah said...

The look so content in all that snow. ;-)

LannieK said...

Love your Leftovers :-) Spud looks so cute with all the ice balls.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

What a difference a day/week/year makes! snow/rain/nekkid sheep.....phew. am sure most of you have see pics of the sheep found in Tasmania wandering around for 6 years, name of Shaun :) What is UNREAL is a pic of him after his 52 lbs of fleece were taken off!!
http://www.themercury.com.au/news/tasmania/super-sheep-shaun-shorn-of-his-dreads-but-misses-out-on-world-record/story-fnj4f7k1-1227040064589

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