Sunday, June 12, 2011

Sunday Dose of Cute: How To Outsmart a Sheep

How To Outsmart a Sheep 1
Before. . .

More photos below. . .



How To Outsmart a Sheep 2
After.

How To Outsmart a Sheep 3
Is this guy good or what? (You can get to know him better here and here.)



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3 comments:

  1. They really are the funniest creatures!!! Any chance of a cauliflower soup recipe? Winter here in Australia and I'm looking around for a good one.

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  2. Don't walk into our pasture with a bucket. But, if you do - you'd better have on tennis shoes. Cause the horses will take you down for it.

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