Beautiful colors and nice builds on those lambs!
What an inspiration reading your site. Can't wait to expand my homestead gardening on a larger piece of land someday!
Why Susan - with all your spare time (laughing hysterically) you should make little sunshade outfits for the sheep so their wool would stay colorful. Great picture and your sheep look so healthy. Hoping you and Joe are healthy too!
I don't think I realized the variety of coloring in sheep - beautiful! and interesting tha the sun bleaches out the color. Anyway, they sure are cute (even from that angle!)
where in misouri do you live? I travel through there a lot and I live in arkansas. most of my amish friends live in seymore area and some in illnois too. mostly i have minnitte family ion AR, MO, and ILL. please write soon, shirley miller
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