Another set of twins!

And wow – what a story we have to tell about THIS lambing!  But that will have to wait until the battery charges on my camera so I can get the video from it…in the meantime, here’s a little clip from one of the girl’s cameras for now.  The black one is a ram –he came first and already has horn buds on top of his head!  The smaller black moorit (brown) and white lamb is another ewe!  She was a full pound and a half less than him!  I think she’s actually going to be a lovely moorit color, which is what brown is called in Icelandics.  We’ll have to wait a month or so to be sure, but she’s much lighter than her brother, especially around her eyes. 

We are grateful to Sts. Francis and Isidore the Farmer for getting us through this lambing…in daylight…on a warm, dry day!

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