Friday, July 22, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 7/22/05


Big Chip (To read about him, click here.)

10 comments:

  1. Ah, the famous Big Chip. What...no cookies this time?

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  2. He is so cute! His face is sweet.. I would love a "sheep hug" from him!

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  3. Too cute! I love this picture too.

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  4. Big Chip is such a sweetie

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  5. very cute! fun farm place to visit!

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  6. Ohhhh. He looks so sweet. Makes me want to raise sheep, but I wouldn't have the slightest idea how. Plus I could never turn any sheep, Chipper or otherwise, into a chop.

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  7. OK, Big Chip, I don't know how to say this tactfully, but you make some tasty babies!
    I've got three rosemary plants just waiting for the lamb in September! Good thing you can't read!

    BB

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  8. I hate to break this to you BB, but Chip is a wether and doesn't make tasty anythings...except photos.

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  9. Hi Amy,
    Sheep don't eat cookies. : )

    Hi Clare, Kristi, Leigh, Jan, geekwif,
    Thanks so much. Jan and geekwif, welcome to the farm! Yep, I think he's pretty darn cute myself. Definitely a big sweetheart.

    Hey BB,
    Well, it looks like Dave saved me from having to figure out how I was going to tactfully remind you of that! I think you've been in the city too long. : )

    I'll try to post a photo of Leopold (the real Big Daddy) soon!

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  10. Daveslt,

    Well, a big duh! for this country girl! Farmgirl politely educated me on this...embarrassment, embarrassment, embarrassment, for sure!

    BB

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