to enjoy the wildflowers.
The dandelions are always cheerful.
I don’t know what this little flower is, but it grows REALLY tall – there are some that are a foot over my head! The flower is a very small daisy.
We have wild morning glory everywhere and it is one of the plants that is still green. All of our grass is very brown at the moment.
I don’t know what this one is either, but it is by far my favorite! It looks very exotic.
I was also taking a moment to admire the following lambs.
This is Chance – isn’t she pretty? Her horns just get better and better. My favorites are the really wide 2-horn girls. Poor thing I thought she was a boy for the first couple days of her life. She had such big horn buds that I didn’t even bother looking, it wasn’t until a couple days later that I saw her peeing like a girl 🙂
This is her brother Reason. He is also a really wide 2-horn. Their mom was the narrowest ewe I had. Her horns pointed straight back and their dad wasn’t very wide either. I think their horns trace back to their grandpa…
Jaq – here he is as a yearling!!! He was so handsome, unfortunately he didn’t have a very nice personality.
Flirt is still my favorite lamb from this year.
Have a great day!
Keep those baby ducks away from that morning glory…I hear it is a hallucinogenic! he he he
Reason and Jaq are beautiful, or should I say , impressive. I have taking time to just watch my sheep and observe the growing lambs. They really do change so quickly as they grow, don’t they?
Your lambs look so grown up and Chance has beautiful horns. I like that yellow flower also but that morning glory is horrible stuff. It is very invasive and very hard to get rid of. We had some brought in on a bale of straw and took two years to rid the pasture of it.