7 comments on “All’s well that ends well!

  1. They probably waited for you to get home 🙂 Pretty lambs. Let’s see, your lambing season started in January and ended in July and now you’ve just barely finished up lambing in time to put the breeding groups together 😀

  2. I know you are secretly jealous 😉 We have had lambs in January, February, March, April, May, and July! Not a lambing season that I want to repeat – EVER!

  3. Little Annie is such a sweetheart. I can’t imagine such a long lambing season! We had 35 lambs in 2 1/2 weeks, which is perfect for me. I love Rae Ann with her tongue sticking out. I get a lot of crazy looking sheep pics like that, and one of these days I’ll post a few!

  4. S…all I can say is OMG!!! Do you think that hot weather stressed them for the mis-presentations?? Okay….I can’t wait to see them!

  5. I LOVE that picture of RaeAnn sticking her tongue out. I see my Google reader has not been updating your posts either, I was 3 posts behind.

    Your camping trip is the kind of trip I still remember enjoying as a child with my parents and grandparents.The sights and smells and good feelings still come to mind frequently…so will your son’s memories of these precious times. Happy, happy summer AND new lambs, good times!

  6. Shannon,

    I’m so glad your ewes and three lambs made it. I don’t know what mateings you plan to make this Fall, but I would love to see some lambs out of Rae-Ann and Junior. Since she had ram lambs this time maybe she will have ewe lambs next time.
    You sure do stay busy, but I guess I did too when I was young.

    Best Wishes,

  7. Adorable! We have been enjoying the lambs in our paddocks this spring. But it’s so hard when the stock agent takes them away!

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