Days End…

About to get rain...

 

 

 

Bubble blower...

Evening Sky...

Happy Gunnar

Hillside

Thor

Iris

Dugur

Heavy clouds

Mountains

Lambs


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Wacky Weather…

At this morning’s ewe check the weather was wonderful.  Sunshine and warm…

Soaking up the sun.

Baby Hope, getting bigger.

Hens at the trough. (A Red Star in the back and an Americauna in the front)

More sun soaking...

Thor soaking up the sun too!

Dugur too!

Popular place!

Then from out of no where we start getting wind and…

SNOW?!

Iris running through the flurries...

The llamas

Ewes...

Iris again...

Later that evening…

Australorp Rooster strutting in the sun...

Sully saying hello...

Beautiful Iris...

Wacky weather is for certain.  Hopefully it warms up a bit before lambing.  : )

Here’s a couple of silly pictures from today…

Grizzle with tail feathers...

Ewe-oga...that doesn't even look comfy.

Hopefully your day is going well!

Nap Time

Imagine my surprise when I looked out my window and saw these two….

Iris and Dugur dog...

Yep, the dog and the horse taking a bit of a snooze in the afternoon sun!

It’s kind of funny how these two will pal around all day.

Iris will follow Dugur around and nuzzle him.

Iris, taking a break!

It is the first time I have seen Iris laying on the ground since we’ve had her.  I was a bit concerned thinking that she might be injured, but she was just fine and enjoying a the feel of the afternoon sun on her back.

Dugur, snoozing.

Crazy critters!

Soaking up the sun. 🙂

It was about a year ago that Dugur took a nap with the geese.  You can read about it here.  It is rather cute, how the geese just thought he was a wonderful spot to rest.

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Wordless Wednesday

Neigh…

Beautiful Iris in the snow…

Hello, girl.

Meeting the dogs...

Saying, hello to Raphi.

Snowy day...

We have been having crazy weather this winter.  One moment is snowing and blowing  and the next it’s a balmy 45 degrees causing the roads and pastures to be an icy mess.  Poor Iris (and Tori) have not been able to get much riding in.  I think we will all be happy to see the ice melt and to have dirt beneath our feet.  I love the snow but not so much with the ice.

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