Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 1/24/06


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10 comments:

  1. oh, i want a sheep! Went to the Fort Worth stock show this weekend and saw MANY sheep that I wanted! Great photo, as usual! (the ones i tried to photograph weren't that into it. haha!)

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  2. Slash? As in Slash Gordon?

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  3. Ah no, another one! You make me die with all those lovely sheep faces. I think about getting one to graze in my back garden!! What do you think?

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  4. So lovely. Reading your blog makes me want to convert to being a 'country mouse'.

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  5. What lovely soft brown ears! Why, he's pretty as a...a..a .....chicken?

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  6. Their ears look so cold sticking out there like that. They need muffs or a scarf or something. :G:

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  7. Heavy *sigh* DH said no sheep for me, because its always the sheep rancher making problems in the Westrern movies- funny, what a little French kid sees through American Cowboy films.

    I can still admire yours! He did say yes to Rabbits and Chickens, though...now we just need to buy that farm!

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  8. bahhh let me out here! am a cutie am off to a beauty contest!

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