Thursday, December 15, 2011

Thursday Dose of Cute: Heading Out to Graze

Joe, Daisy, and Bert herding the sheep into the front field - FarmgirlFare.com
Working the sheep always works up an appetite—for everybody involved.

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3 comments:

  1. Stunning photo Susan. How nice to see Bert on duty with Daisy, Joe, and the Sheep.. Bear and Marta are on break? I am surprised they would miss out on this.
    BTW, I loved that blurry,flying through the air, action shot of Bert with Bear too! What a great series that was.

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  2. Great picture! I see Bert hasn't given up on sheep dog training! ;-)

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