A week of visitors

Lambing time is always a great time for visitors to Morning Star Meadows!  Our first visitor of the week got more than she bargained for!


One of our son’s friends from North Stonington Volunteer Fire Department visited on Sunday with her children and neice and nephew.  It’s a good thing she’s an EMT, because we put her to work helping finish up with Molly’s lambing experience.  We love to put our visitors to work while they’re here — just enhances their experience all the more!  But it was a small “price” to pay to see a lamb only a couple of hours old!


Monday and Tuesday brought 3 more batches of visitors!  I don’t know who ooh’s and ahh’s more over lambs — the kids or the adults!  


Here’s Molly posing with her daughter


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