Sunday, January 29, 2012

Sunday Dose of Cute: Hey!

Marta and Daisy worried about their sheep -
What are you doing with our sheep?

Not to worry, Marta and Daisy, they're just being sheared. Photos from Sheep Shearing Saturday 2012—which everybody survived just fine—should be up in a day or two. In the meantime, better beware of the big dogs.

©, where sheep rustlers don't stand a chance—and can you believe how well Daisy cleaned herself up? There's nothing like a self-cleaning farm dog. And then there's Marta Beast, whose self-cleaning mechanism isn't quite 100% functional.


  1. Looks like Marta could use a shearing

  2. Daisy got herself surprisingly clean!! Looking forward to "nekked" sheepie pictures!

  3. I'm sitting here in California with a cup of coffee, freezing this morning. I'm feeling for those sheep without their down jackets.

  4. I agree with gramps! Marta needs a new "do" as well!


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