Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Queens of the Hill


Also Known as Mamas-to-Be on a Mini Manure Mountain

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© Copyright 2009 FarmgirlFare.com, the high steppin' foodie farm blog where the fences are supposed to be taller than the sheep, but when I walked down to the barn this morning (yes—that's a corner of the new barn!), I found these two girls on top of a pile of bedding hay forked out of the barn during construction (sheep love to climp up on things) looking like they were planning to make a leap for it. Fortunately they decided to climb down and munch on some nice breakfast hay instead.

5 comments:

  1. Your photo's of farm life are just gorgeous!!!

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  2. They were just contemplating the nice compost you have for your garden there.

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  3. Love their dark faces - too cute!

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  4. I have to tell you, EVERY recipe I have tried of yours, is fabulous!!! They always end up being one of our favorites!!! Thank you for all of your great recipes, adorable photo's to wake up to and tips for in the kitchen!! Love it all!!!
    I now live in Oregon but am from Missouri... love the connection and the love for sheepy's connection!!!

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  5. Such grace and poise. Sheep are adorable.

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