Needing a spring pick-me-up today…
Sorry, I really need a pick-me-up so I can’t just stop with a nasturtium….
Ahhh, only a couple more months till I can dig in the dirt!
We sure do enjoy watching these little Downy Woodpeckers.
This guy was busy checking over the tree for bits to eat and didn’t seem too bothered by me taking his picture.
On another bird note, the last couple mornings I have been hearing Killdeer singing their song. One of the earliest signs that spring is on it’s way!
When it just feels like it should be spring outside, complete with blue sky and sunshine and then you realize it’s only February, in NW Montana…. you still have at least 2 more months of snow, possibly 4! 😦 At least there is a bit of greenery go on in the house…
Here are the three new sheep we picked up from Alan at The Creeks Edge Icelandics. We are excited to be adding these new genetics to our flock! The two ewes are already bred and will be lambing in April.
I am needing some good Norse names for these three….. 🙂
A few more pictures from our family camping trip, 6 years ago.
Reflecting Teton Mountains…
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We had a little weekend road trip to pick up 2 bred ewes and a ram and ended up picking up a used Sydell Hi Roller, to help us handle the sheep a bit more efficiently (I hope!). Friday night we had a glorious sunset that my husband graciously stopped for and let me take pictures. Love that guy!
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