Oh goodie…we have snow again! Can you hear the sarcasm there 😉
I have discovered that I am a ‘one snowfall per winter’ kind of a person. Taking photos always puts a smile on my face though, so I headed out.
I do love the beauty and quiet that snow brings!
Tonka looks ridiculously cute with his snow beard.
My buddy, Dreamer, asking for his breakfast.
Reno was sporting his winter jacket.
Chrome is growing up to be a handsome boy. Love those striped horns!
The always photogenic, Mac.
The yearling girls were recently moved outside because of their behavior in the barn with the new babies. They thought it was fun to have someone smaller to pick on. I bet they are rethinking their actions now! They have a shelter, but have chosen to stay out in the snow…I think they are trying to make me feel bad 😉
The mamas and babies are enjoying the snowy day in the barn. I am so thankful we have such a great place for all of the babies!
Ok, all of you that have spent all winter in the snow…get ready to laugh 😉
This much snow gave us a snow day – that’s right…no school 🙂
We took advantage of the snow and made a little friend…his name is Jo Jo.
Thankfully my son is finally feeling better and was able to enjoy the snow day home from school.
I love that the snow covers up the mud 🙂 I took some pictures of the yearling girls, they are now beginning to look like young ladies instead of lambs. This is Allegany and Mollala.
It really hit me when I was taking pictures of Bronwen and Wren. Bronwen is one of our bigger girls and look at little Wren, she isn’t so little anymore.
They were using each other as scratching posts…
but this picture makes it look like Wren was trying to strangle her!
The lambs enjoyed their first snow day.
Here is Delight with her ewe lamb, Gloriana. This picture makes me so happy because Delight was a first time mom that wasn’t sure if she wanted to be a mom. I had to
threaten sweetly tell her that taking care of her lamb would be a VERY good idea 😉 Within the hour of having her lamb, the hormones kicked in and she has been an excellent mother ever since.
Veronica would really like to get her lambs on the ground…only a couple more days!
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