Thursday, July 22, 2010


Last Saturday, we went to the Sheep to Shawl event at the Glengarry Pioneer Museum. I really liked this pair of Tunis sheep:

And of course there was sheep shearing:

This Shropshire ewe was baa-ing at the approaching thunderstorm, but her twins weren't perturbed...

For more cute sheep shots and other photos from the event, visit Ronna's blog!

On the way home, we visited a friend's lovely roan donkey, Donald:

He was lovely. I see a donkey or two in my farm future!


  1. They look so cute in their summer coats

  2. We must have just missed you at that event, eh? And, is that Mac and Brenda's donkey, Donald?

  3. Great pics. Dave wants a donkey too but we live in a town house, so I don't think it's going to happen for a while

  4. I love the colour of the faces of the Tunis sheep. I've never seen those before. My husband wants sheep but I don't think they'll let us keep them in the city.

    And hello to Donald! What a handsome fellow he is.

  5. Don't they just, Jams?

    Ronna, indeed it is! He's so sweet.

    Wandering Cat, the donkey could live in your garage. :))

    Michele, see if you can start with backyard chickens!

  6. That is a really nice shot of our Tunis ewes. I am glad you like them. They leave for a new flock next month. our website is plus we have a blogspot as well.

  7. Your sheepies are lovely! I will check out your blog and website. I'm amazed you found me and the pics of your sheep. :)


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