Tuesday, May 27, 2008


While we are waiting for Pam's photographs:
She said she took over 400, so it's taking her awhile to go through them all! Of course, when you're trying to get Good pictures of an Old, Fat, woman with a Droopy eye, the challenge is great. Throw in a flock of overly affectionate Shetland sheep and it may just be insurmountable!

So, I went out and took a bunch of pictures (surprise, Surprise!) Of my flock, in the ditch that I fenced in for them. If you look closely, along the right-hand side of this picture, you can see the 'step in posts' that I use to set up temporary (and NOT so temporary!) grazing areas.

I love that my girls have tons of long grass to keep them fit while they're nursing those babies! Here, Dream and Diva enjoy a leisurely lunch...

I LOVE my new 10 X ZOOM Lens!

While walking through the ditch and socializing with the lambs, I pick up any debris that no-brained, moronic imbiciles, with no respect for nature or the property rights of others passers-by inadvertently misplaced in the ditch.

Sometimes, I find REAL treasures!

Happy Dogs!


  1. Kelly V1:23 PM

    Careful with those real bones and the dogs. They can splinter and poke holes in their stomachs or intestines (cooked and raw bones both). Great pictures. Looks like you had a great time

  2. Okay, quit rubbing it in with the 10X zoom lens already!

  3. I second Michelle's comment! :P :)

  4. Great photos!!

    I second the comments on misplaced items in the ditch - it just blows out of the ditch and into my pens.



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