Wednesday, February 02, 2011
It's NEVER too cold...
To get outside and take pictures of my CRITTERS!
Isn't she gorgeous?
ELEVEN years old, folks!
Alice is eleven years old. The lambs she has this year will be her last. From now on, she'll just be Grandma.
These two girls (Princess & Kiss) are Alice's daughter and Granddaughter. Both are triplets. They are still in with Hero but I may try rearranging things when we get the next 'warm spell'.
Speaking of Hero...
He sure is a handsome ram!
He has to check out Sable and Bella when they want to come into Hero's paddock.
"That's close enough!"
She is a herding breed, after all.
I've moved my poor, little piglets out to the hay barn.
Don't worry, they snuggle into the bales of hay to stay warm.
I don't shut the door to the hay barn, so they can come out whenever they want.
Needless to say, they're squealing for their breakfast, at my back door, the first thing every morning!
Even Bella Kitty
(the "outdoor" cat that I adopted who now spends equal amounts of time indoor and outdoors) doesn't seem phased by the cold. I'm always surprised when she wants to venture out into the snow.
Mi-Mi Kitty, on the other hand,
MUCH prefers a warm place to spend her time...
You can see close up pictures of the baby chicks on my Chicken Blog.
"Mom says we're lucky that the worst of the winter storm went South of us.
I have no idea what the heck she's talking about!"