Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 4/25/06


Sheep Freedom Day 3: Slight Overindulgence

Lamb Report: This whole coyote-deterrent-radio-blasting-in-the-barn thing can actually be rather amusing. Last night, after I sucessfully locked all the reluctant sheep up for the night, I turned around and found Martha and her twins calmly ambling down the driveway toward me. Bum-mer. This meant I would have to re-open the gate, thus giving the prisoners a chance to escape. So what happened? Bear herded Martha & Co. the wrong way and they fled, one devious little sheep sneaked out and made a run for it, somebody started yelling (who--me?), and a time out was declared. So I go back down later, somehow get everybody (for real this time) locked up, and as I slam the latch into the gate, The Clash starts blasting from the radio: You've just got to let me know—should I stay or should I go? Stay! You can't make this stuff up. Current Lamb Count: 18.

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6 comments:

  1. Awe how cute.. holding the gate for you and dozing too! Now that's effiecent! LOL

    Hope your day is going well Farmgirl

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  2. The Clash!! How appropriate! :):)

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  3. Completely fluffed out! So sweet.

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  4. I laughed out loud about the song on the radio! You really can't make that stuff up can you! As Barbara said, too funny! Thanks again for the lambie pictures!

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  5. Too funny! Love the pic!

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