I was headed out to take pictures of our new sheep to share with you and I couldn’t find some of them! I know I put them in the pasture and I saw them in there the previous day, I even have proof….
see, there they are!
Here is the empty pasture – no sheep here…
I knew they had to be somewhere, but I was getting a little perplexed.
Finally, I looked a little closer at this cave in the blackberries…
There’s the missing sheep!
They have made themselves a ‘man cave’ and enjoy spending the heat of the day tucked away into the coolness.
Now that I found my sheep, I can share them with you 🙂
The new boys are…
Unzicker Aragon – all the way from Royal Unzicker in Pennsylvania! He started his trek at the beginning of May and finally arrived here at the end of June. He seems to have travelled well and has made some new friends.
Windy Acres MacCallum – from Sandra Van Liew in Hermiston, OR. I admired ‘Mac’ as a lamb and feel fortunate that we were able to add him to our flock at this time.
Here is Mac and the ram lambs. He has been very well-behaved and the young boys love following him around. No question about dominance in this group 🙂
The new girls are…
bide a wee Shana – from bide a wee farm in Newberg, OR. Her sire is Sweetgrass Tobin, very different bloodlines for our flock…and her fleece is so soft and pretty!
Mud Ranch’s Lisette
Mud Ranch’s Hyacinth – both are from Mud Ranch in California. I love different qualities about both of them and am excited to have them join our flock.
Aren’t they so creative LOL Love your new rams and ewes.
That is very funny! What a bunch of creative little boys. 🙂 Nice photos of each Shannon, you really nailed some great portraits.
Your sheep are absolutely beautiful! Amazing pictures and fun adventures you share!
I keep admiring everyone out there’s Jacobs, thinking I wish I were closer. I know so many folks this year though that have shipped sheep all over the country. I might need to make a trip out.
Love that new ram!