A first in our field for us - these sheep are lovely to watch, the two youngest arrived first, later in the day when the older pregnant ewes arrived they all had a get together - I wonder what they are saying to each other.
PEAK DISTRICT Derbyshire
Dib dib dib...
Apophthegm - a big word for a small thought.
Sheffield, Derbyshire border.
Woke up again
To my chagrin
Getting sick and tired of
Feeling sick and tired again
Central Norfolk UK
We love sheep 🐑
“I am not lost, for I know where I am. But however, where I am may be lost.”
Winnie the Pooh
I wonder what the neighbours are like ?
Third rock from the sun
edited 12 November
Nice to meet ewe. Whose turn is it to count humans?
Cacoethes: An irresistible urge to do something inadvisable
Baa ram ewe, baa ram ewe, to your fleece your flock be true, baa ram ewe. 😁
Big Blue Sky
I was worried it was going to be a thread about difficult neighbours. So happy it’s about this lovely crowd 😊😊😊
Cows normally sit down if the weather is going to turn to rain - do sheep do the same? With so much rain here in the past few weeks perhaps they are fed up with it too.
No, they just carry on munching! Not much water gets through oily wool.