Thursday, March 27, 2008

We have PICTURES.....

*As always, click on any image to enlarge *

Apparently, the problem was with my computer. I read the help files on Blogger and it suggested that I clean my stash ~ or cache ~ or empty my trash ~ something like that! Anyway, I did it and now that little icon is there that lets me upload photos again.

I took quite a few pictures while I was unable to post and am going to update my Breeding Stock For Sale blog with pictures of the rams.

I'll update "American Idol, for sale..."

As well as feature the two rams who are the sires of all of my 2008 lambs that will be arriving soon.

is a fawn/mioget?, HST, coming yearling with exquisitely soft, fine fleece and excellent conformation.

A stunning, yearling, moorit & white, HST with SOFT fleece, perfect conformation and a tiny tail!

I'm going to try to update the Breeding Stock for Sale page with pictures of the ewes that were bred to each ram so that you can see the parents of the soon to be arriving lambs! It'll take me a few days to get to it, but I try to get it done within the next week....

DREAM says...

"Mom spent LOTS of time sitting out with us girls and giving scratches and BELLY RUBS!! Tomorrow, the shearer is coming to give us all a haircut and pedicure!"


  1. Hooray for pictures! I'm glad to see those handsome boys (and of course Dream). I wish we had the facilities to add one of your rams and go whole hog (or is that sheep) with the Shetlands. But alas, I must be thankful for what we have. And I am!

  2. Glad your pictures are back..we all look forward to them. Nice looking rams!

  3. Yippee! Pictures....I'd been anxiously awaiting new pictures. Beautiful...stunning....If I were crazy I'd add a few sheep. See...proof positive I'm not crazy. How much are they? Oh.....maybe I am a bit off my rocker.

  4. We were told our shear-person is coming tomorrow, too, Dream! Mom was busy today with meetings and a doctor appointment. She said it's like the V-E-T coming to see us. Mom said our shearer is the one who taught Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs how to shear alpacas (we never met a sheep called an alpaca). Mom said she's made Dad stay home to help with the shearing and picture taking.
    Have fun and be good tomorrow!

    Sheep Thrills Blessa
    (and your Gramps said to say "Hi")

  5. Glad to see you found a way to get your pics posted again. Bravo is doing great btw, his lambs have started arriving and we really couldn't be happier! Pics are going up on my blog as they arrive. Hope you have an awesome lambing season!



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