Tending fine-fleeced Shetland sheep and a whole lot more on a small acreage in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
Was it he that was shaking the hay bag this afternoon? He looks like a likely suspect...
No, but the rams probably look like this now, too.
I believe that's called really getting into your food!
I just wish he'd get his food INTO himself, not ON himself!
Hey Michelle, I keep meaning to tell you how many compliments I get on my beautiful scarf. Thank you so much, it makes me smile every time I wear it.
You're most welcome - I'm so glad you like it!
hahahahahahaha...got a few of those myself!
What, scarecrows? ;-)
Now I totally understand!
I hate to even think about cleaning my lots' fleece this spring. I swear they roll in it! Bet you can't stay mad at that sweet face...
Oh, I never was mad at the mess; I just wish he didn't bully the others to hog the hay!
So this is some of the neck fleece I've volunteered to come up and clean? LOLOL I can see I need to put on my big girl panties for this one! I stand forewarned.
If it's any comfort, Sue, I did pull off the big pieces! ;-)
Awww, that's so cute that he's decorated himself to impress you. It's shame he doesn't know that his LACK OF decoration would make more of a positive impression on you. This picture made me smile......because I have the same thing going on at my house, they seem to do it on purpose.
Lol. Mine do the same thing. I need to buy some coats.
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