Friday, March 7

Farm Photo 3/7/08: Waiting For Lunch

On Top Of

A year of Farm Photos ago:
3/7/07: Baby Cary Turned 10 Months Old Yesterday!

Two years ago:
3/6/06: Freeze Frame
3/7/06: Harbinger

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  1. she is heating up breakfast...

  2. Funny how skinny they look with all their wool gone.

  3. They look so skinny without all that wool!


  4. Looks like the sheep shearer finally made it down your driveway :-)

  5. So we've done been sheared huh? One of the things that wastes so much had with goats is their penchant (never thought I'd get to use that word) to stand on their food. It isn't the standing on part of course - the other things they do that destroy their appetite for food.

  6. They looks so naked and bony without their fur. Do they like the new look/feel or do they hide in shame?

  7. Looks to me they are sunbathing, or just waiting for a spa massage :)

  8. Obviously the word was hay not had but I seem to be having a spell of not spelling. Sorry

  9. Shearing pictures and stories please!

  10. It's great to sleep in its plate !!


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