Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 8/23/06


Big Chip Is A Big Pet

If you haven't met this handsome 10-year-old before, click
here to read his story--and to learn the proper way to hug a sheep. By the way, after all these years Big Chip still demands a hug every time he sees me. And who's going to say no to that face? This is one sweet fellow, but he's serious when it comes to getting hugged.

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Hardy Echinacea Blooms All Summer Long In The Garden

8 comments:

  1. AWWW!! I think it's wonderful that he still needs his hug. And what a great face! I would hug him anytime.

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  2. Awesome to see Big Chip. What a handsome boy. I love the white on his face is that from being older or has he always had it?

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  3. Hello Chip! Hugs from Maryland :)

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  4. The Chippers have a charmed life. I have a black lab who will hug in the same fashion. But see always is the one that starts the hug and so I am often thrown onto the ground. Once she came up behind me and hugged me at the back of my knees. Yes, I fell over her backwards head first.

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  5. Susan - Given the opportunity, you & I would have the world's biggest flock of wethers - Big Chip looks like a sweetie - BTW, I know how you feel about tomatoes - I feel the same way about green beans about now LOL - Tina

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  6. I'll hug him. Send 'em on over!!

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  7. What is considered "old" for a sheep?

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  8. Hi Big Chip! I'd give you a hug any time!

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