Sunday, June 18, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 6/18/06


Looking For His Morning Treat




This handsome guy is an extremely important member of the flock whose photo has never appeared on Farmgirl Fare. Three-year-old Leopold The Ram is the father of
all of the lambs born on our farm in 2004, 2005, and 2006. Yep, this is Big Daddy, so I thought it only appropriate to celebrate him today.



Cary Trying To Reach His Treats



Or Is She Just Trying To Reach Her Dad?

A very Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there!

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Potted Herbs In The Garden

11 comments:

  1. Happy Father's Day Leopold.

    Instead of a Black and Decker Drill you got your own Cary Hallmark card.

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  2. No wonder all the babies are so cute...Leopold is very very handsome !

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  3. I'm a little behind on my "Blogs of Note." Good lookin' blog... keep up the good work!

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  4. Happy Fathers Day Leopold!

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  5. your blog has great photographs!

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  6. I'll bet "wuf-adpsteve-o" (aka "Potty-Poster") wouldn't talk like that if Donkey Dan were around!

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  7. great post =) nice to meet you, leopold!

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  8. Happy Father's Day you big ole stud!

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  9. Does Leopold live separately from the rest of the sheep?

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  10. Aaaaaahh, he's nekkid!!!!LOL

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