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"For heaven's sake (and for the Earth's), let's get it together. Get out there! Listen! The wild places will fill you up. Let them." Walkin' Jim Stoltz, 1953 - 2010
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Raise it. Grow it. Eat it.
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Life on a Colorado Farm (All Rights Reserved)
Practical homesteading tips for managing the extra "help” you get from the jelly-covered, chicken-chasing, two-legged tomato smashers we call our children!
Oh my! They are really beautiful.
Erin, what gorgeous photos! You’ve really captured the playful, affectionate nature of the lambs. Are twins often born? All the best, Terri
Yes, twin are the norm. Sometimes triplets too. This year we seemed to of had more singletons than normal which happens from occasionally. Thanks for stopping by!
My pleasure Erin. Your photography just knocks my socks off! 🙂 ~Terri
[…] shepherdess to 100 Icelandic Sheep, and a truly awesome photographer. See what Montana life is like surrounded by lambs and […]
We just love this post and wanted to let you know that we featured a link to it today as part of our “Slice of Americana Series” that we’re running this July. You can check it out at the link below. Thanks for writing so beautifully! All the best, Terri & James
Thank you so very much!
Love the sheep pictures! We fell in love with them during our recent trip to Iceland.
When my kids were growing up, we lived on a farm in Montana, raising sheep, goat, chickens, a big garden. I used wool from my sheep for spinning and weaving. Bet the wool from your sheep is great to work with. Carol
Such delightful love between the sheep and their lambs – wonderful photos, thanks for sharing!
Thanks Erin for this delightful introduction to your way of life and your blog. I’ll visit again. Regards from Thom at the immortal jukebox (drop a nickel).