Wednesday, May 16, 2018

If You Think I've Gone Missing...

...just check the skirting room. Whew!  I'm done with our fleeces and now I'm working on the fleeces from Tring Farm.  Hopefully I'll be finishing up today because it's almost time to load the trailer!  


For something fun I thought I'd post a Lamb Camp shot from the April Archives and found this sweet picture of one of the guardian dogs, Bella, sleeping with a ewe we call Georgie and her two lambs.  Which reminded me I had a picture from earlier in April...


Georgie was a first time mom this spring and I love this picture of her getting reassurance from Annemarie as they got ready to head to the nursery.  The lambs born out in the field get a ride to the barn in a dog crate on the back of the golf cart.  The moms follow along, keeping a close eye on their babies.

I thought I'd add a link to more information about the golf cart set up and guess what!  That's Georgie as a lamb!  What a fun coincidence :-).

Georgie's fleece is one of the fleeces coming to the festival this weekend.  It's a lovely color and would be a great first fleece for someone wanting to learn how to wash and process a farm fresh  fleece.  I like pairing up fleeces to people and am happy to talk wool all day long, so don't hesitate to ask me for suggestions :-).

Hope to see you this weekend!


7 comments:

JaneJTl said...

Such sweet photos!

Marilyn F. said...

Have a great time at the Festival!! Will look forward to hearing about your experiences there.

LannieK said...

Wow, Georgie is so pretty and her fleece is awesome! Have fun, stay cool, sell lots, and bring us all sorts of photos and stories!

Cheryl West said...

Have a wonderful weekend. I hope the weather is fine so that you have many happy customers who will be so happy to see you and your representative sheep.

Benita Story said...

We are so looking forward to seeing you this weekend!!

JaneJMtl said...

I hope all goes well for you (and 20) at the Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival this weekend. Sell lots of fleece, meet lots of nice people, take lots (or as many as you have time for) of your always great photos. I can’t wait to read all about it next week. Oh, and I hope you have great weather!

D. Bailey said...

Sweet Georgie as a lambie and now! Don't forget to take some pictures when you get set up!

I'm sure all your little darlings will behave and be good sheep while they are in the limelight!

Deb

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