We’ve had some pretty amazing skies around here the past couple of days…
Victoria and Madeline walking their 4-H fair lambs every evening…
Most of the time they have a little shadow…
Up and down the big hill, it helps exercise the lambs and builds their muscles…it helps exercise the girls too! ;0)
Then they practice setting them up…
And getting them to brace…
Hard to believe we have fair lambs already. I don’t even want to think forward to fair which means fall is just right around the corner but I’m sure it will be here sooner than I am ready for it…
Everyone seems to be enjoying the snowy weather we’ve had.
The sheep and dogs seem to do better in the cold than in the heat, which especially make sense with our Icelandic sheep.
We are suppose to be getting more snow later on this week! We shall see.
The vibrant colors of fall were all around us until this past weekend when we had a severe weather alert. While we didn’t receive any snow, we did have high winds that pretty much disrobed the trees of their glorious colors. 😦 I’m afraid the long winter months are just around the corner. I always look forward to winter and snow, I do really enjoy the cool, crisp mornings and warm afternoons of autumn. The colors are a bonus!
Sharing with Friends
Welcome to SwittersB
"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
outdoors, hiking, skiing, gear, adventure
Nature's nuances in a nutshell
images as thoughts
A Field Naturalist's Photo Journal
To quicken the spirit, enliven the soul, and gladden the heart.
A weblog dedicated to the world outside the cities.
FASCINATED BY THE WORLD
Smile! The world is a beautiful place (^_^)
Our Adventures Throughout Montana and Surrounding Areas
An ongoing chronicle of meeting the expectations of the land...
Just another WordPress.com site
Live, Love, Agriculture
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!