Monday, December 03, 2012

Monday Dose of Cute: Sheep vs. Beagle

Sheep vs beagle (1) - FarmgirlFare.com
Stampede!

More photos below. . .

Sheep vs beagle (2) - FarmgirlFare.com

Sheep vs beagle (3) - FarmgirlFare.com


How's your Monday going so far?

More sheep? Here.
More beagle Bert? Here.
More from the front field? Here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, the brave little foodie farm blog where just because it's 21 against 1 doesn't mean you're definitely going to get flattened—but it's a good idea to brace yourself for the onslaught just in case. (And that shiny bright red thing is for feeding big round bales of hay—very soon.)

4 comments:

  1. ah, brave, Beagle Bert - obviously not easily intimidated! What a guy!

    Looks like you are seriously getting ready for winter. Don't let the unseasonable current temps fool us. Winter is coming! :-)

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  2. so cute and it looks like he wants to play.Is that a chocalate colored sheep or black?

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  3. Bert... What a cutie! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  4. I'm happy to see that Bert made it through the sheep stampede unscathed! :)

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