Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Wednesday Dose of Cute: At the Lamb Races

Lamb Races - Farmgirl Fare
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Just joining us for lambing season? All the 2011 babies have been born, but they'll still be little for a while. You can catch up with all the cute here.

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© FarmgirlFare.com, where sometimes a mama sheep or two can't help but join in the fast lamb fun—and it's been so hot and humid I'm pretty sure we're all growing gills. Hello, summer in Missouri. Somebody please send us a cool breeze—or any breeze!

6 comments:

  1. Ahhh, humidity...don't you just love it? (not!) Today is perfect - 70 degrees, blue skies and very, very low humidity!!! This is a rare treat!

    So what are the lambs racing for? Treats?

    There is just so much Cute on the farm! Love it!

    Barb

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  2. Love the picture! gloria

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  3. Great shot! I have a friend who calls this a "lamb-pede"!

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