Hope none of them get their legs broken;)
I know after watching my friend's sheep getting sheared, there will be sheep dancing everywhere today!
oooooh What a sweet baby and cute "nest." Do you keep some of your wool for spining?...as if you don't have enough to do.
This reminds me, I really need a haircut.
Hey there -- I'm wondering the same thing as ml/tx... What do you do with the wool? Sooo cute!Emily
I'm suffering from Cary withdrawal syndrome. How's the girl doing? Any new pictures?
I spin, and am VERY interested in what you do with your wool!!!
My friend's wife once raised sheep, sheared the sheep, carded the wool and spun yarn, and knit him a sweater. Of course, this was before they were married.Of course, she also casterated the rams!
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