Thursday, February 06, 2014

More February 2014 Storm Photos

Here are some more photos from yesterday's storm. Today it was a gorgeous day with blue skies. It seems long ago that it looked like this.

Looking from the pole barn out
It snowed for hours and hours
Dorper cross-ewe with lamb
Sweet little face
Shy yearling
They just want to eat
Eeyore's shaggy coat was covered with snow and ice

These lambs had the right idea
Number 91 braving the snow under the trees
Lamb and ewe who have escaped the spray paint
Black ewe baaaahhhh
He needs a rub down!
Mama could care less about the snow and ice
Escaping the storm
My favorite photo of the day


Cathy said...

Eeyore looks like he got the worst of the snow! Maybe the sheep will share some wool with him.

Auntie Shan said...

yeah..Eeyore looks like he just got dumped-on by "roof-slide"-snow! And, is sporting that "..snow-down-the-neck-inside-the-collar.." *LOOK*!
Poor Guy...

MicheleinMaine said...

Kristin, you must be laughing so hard as you take some of these photos! I know they give me such a chuckle to start my day. Kudos to you and the Farmer for all your hard work during trying conditions!

Lizy Tish said...

Oh my gosh - what wonderful pictures. I love your comments - and can just hear those baaaah's from the lambs. I too love that last one.

Kat Farmer/van Hookens said...

lovely pics, not so wonderful for the sheeps tho' I reckon, at least they have goog shelter. Loving the lambs. Stay warm. :-D

bookagent said...

Wonderful pictures Kristen, I find it amazing that the lambs don't seem to mind the weather either. Kudos to you and the Farmer for keepin on!

annie said...

Love the photos! I don't know how you find time with all else you do, but thank you.

I think mama could care less because mama has a great wool coat for winter :)

shabby girl said...

I know it's a lot of work for you all, but, dang! They are so stinking cute!!!

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