Unexpected snowstorm today.
Over 140 lambs thus far.
Three this morning. This set of twins belong to a young Border Leicester cross. She wasn't so sure about coming in the barn. The twins are tiny but tough.
Another new lamb being carried into the barn with Mama close behind. The Farmer is wearing his Quarters Cap made by The Farmer's Wife (that would be moi).
Taking photos of sheep in the snow is fabulous fun. They all look so lovely lying in the snow, not moving and letting it snow down on them. Peaceful is the word I am looking for. They could care less about the snow, unlike humans who let the media get them all tensed up about an upcoming storm. I'd say I am closer to the sheep's view of snow - take it as it comes and don't make a fuss. Something I have learned by watching them. Animals are smarter than humans in many ways.
Twin lambs frequently nap glued to each other. Often they are intertwined, both asleep. This little guy is snoozing on his brother. Who needs a pillow?
Good day everyone. I've got to much to do and don't know how I am going to fit it all in. Taking a lesson from the sheep - don't worry - do what I can and the rest will fall in line.