Out and about in the pasture and barn




Lisa and Luigi – great shot of them with the house and barn in the background!



Here’s their mom, Roxanne, feasting!





Here are Bruna’s twins in already mown pasture



Hey!  What are you eating?!



Here’s how I get the lambs to come a bit closer to me – they can’t resist checking out my hat!



Millie has headed off for a rest – her lambs followed, of course, but there was another who followed – Millie’s granddaughter, Chesta (the black ewe).  She was playing with her Auntie Guadalupe (moorit – brown lamb) and forgot about her mom, who is a few hundred yards away!



Chesta picks a fight with Guadalupe.  NOT a nice way to treat your Auntie, Chesta!



They call a truce.  Guadalupe strikes a pose for me.  Both of these lambs are going to have gorgeous fleece this fall!




Here’s Millie’s other lamb – Guadalupe’s sister, yet to be  named.   She played it smart and stayed out of the fight!



Millie took her lambs up to the barn to loaf – but Chesta followed, still forgetting her mom for a little while longer…see what I mean about the gorgeous fleece?!



It wasn’t long after this that Chesta realized Mom wasn’t there and panicked!  Wish I had a video of her flying down the hill and across the pasture to her!



And here’s dear Millie – 10 years old and just made to be a mom – she’s loving life!  Her lamb was nuzzling her ear and Millie wasn’t complaining!



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