Hey Hay Hey!

June 27, 2010 at 6:27 pm 5 comments

Guess what we got this morning!

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Yep, that’ll keep the boys for a while, I think.
Got a ton (literally) of hay packed in the woodshed.

In other news, I’ve won over Felix and Franklin with goodies and ear scritches,

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and so I thought I’d give halter training a go!
The halter that we got from Premier one is still too big for the tiny sheeps, so I thought I’d make one from some heavy duty handspun yarn-
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And here it is on our lucky first contestant!
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It fit ok, but it’s really hard to keep the thing on the woolly buggers, especially when they start acting like bucking broncos!

So, I finally just let him wear it around for a while.

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“Hey Frank- little help here?”

He finally came back to Maaaaa to see if I’d set him free.

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Then everyone went to take a break behind the extra gate up against the shed. (seems to be a favorite spot)

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Some pretty scenery from around the yard today-
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Have a great week!

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. schoonoverfarm  |  June 27, 2010 at 6:33 pm

    I LOVE the sheep photos and the halter. Looks like plenty of hay!

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  • 2. Jody  |  June 28, 2010 at 6:36 am

    Your flowers are gorgeous Denise.
    The sheepjes look so cute..sigh…I wish I could step outside my door and have my precious little ones close by. You can hug and sqeeze them anytime of day or night!

    Reply
  • 3. Margaret  |  July 7, 2010 at 9:10 pm

    Love the sheep. Can’t wait to see them
    M

    Reply
  • 4. thecrazysheeplady  |  July 26, 2010 at 9:05 am

    Gorgeous lamb!

    Reply
  • 5. Karen Lohn  |  August 31, 2010 at 6:27 pm

    Your photos are exquisite! In fact, I am wondering if you would allow me to use an image or two of your sheep and/or yarns in a book that I am writing entitled Peace Fibres: Stitching a Soulful World. In it, I enlist fibre work as metaphor and manifestation for developing harmonious relationship with self, others, and the larger world. I would use the images in a chapter on sources of fibres in which I include a visit to a sheep farm at shearing time. My photos are not clear enough to be effective.
    May I use your images? I would, of course, cite your website and you as photographer.
    Thank you for considering my request. I will look forward to your response.
    Respectfully,
    Karen Lohn

    Reply

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