Thursday, May 12, 2016

Lamb Camp Is Far From Over

Even though these lambs are probably headed off to college by now!  While it would be nice to be "caught up" (insert hysterical laughter), I can look at cute lambies all year if I have to ;-).

Enjoy!









Some of the beautiful ewes and lambs at Tanglewood Farm in Versailles, Kentucky.  These fancy lambs are Wensleydale/Bluefaced Leicester (pronounced lester) crosses and a few of them are going to be for sale when they are weaned (cough MarmePurl ;-).


16 comments:

Benita Story said...

I love those black lambs!!!

Alice said...

Precious!

Alice said...

The lamb camp at Tanglewood Farms
Has lambs you can hold in your arms.
All others will pale when they go up for sale,
and give you some shiny spun yarns.

Limerick Day

thecrazysheeplady said...

Win! :-D

Grey Horse Matters said...

Adorable as usual. Wish I could have some.

Mary Ann said...

I could look at them all year, too!

Michelle said...

Love the high-alert lambs in the second to last photo!

T.L. Merrybard said...

I can't read the word Wensleydale without using the accent of Wallace from Wallace and Grommit. :) The pic of three black lambs running across the field is delightful!

LannieK said...

Great photos! Yes! All year long :-)

Jo said...

Oh how I love reading about Lamb Camp on your farm. The black lambs are too sweet, but then, all lambs are sweet. xx

Terry and Linda said...

Baby love!

Linda

sophy0075 said...

Agreed! Wensley = shiny and long locks. BFL = soft curls
Sounds like winning fleece to me, especially the colored fleece.

Susan said...

Sigh, I thank the Goddess I cannot have sheep here (DOGS!!) cuz, what a temptation! In the 3rd pic it looks like they are whispering to each other. sweet beyond belief.........thanks

MarmePurl said...

I do believe I have just been issued a challenge..

thecrazysheeplady said...

Me either! :-D

Far Side of Fifty said...

Oh I love that nose to nose photo!! :)

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