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Tag Archives: Half Moon
Back to the farm boys. Shemp got here at the end of November. The ewes have been pleased with their suitor. The wethers? Not so much. We separated Tagine, Tatanka, and Half Moon from the girls earlier that Sunday. Initially, … Continue reading
Too much still going on at work. Meanwhile, much has been going on at the farm, although I’ve had little time to share. I’ll start a little series today (we’ll see how long it takes me…) on stories about boys … Continue reading
Half Moon was two months old on Friday; technically, around 11 o’clock that night. He gets sweeter, calmer, and more interactive by the day. It’s funny how he looks more and more like a (heading toward adult) sheep, but he’s … Continue reading
Let’s start with the happy photos. Half Moon on the summer solstice (June 21). And Half Moon yesterday–seven weeks old (!). Just in case you need a reminder, here he is at (almost) three days old. I love how he … Continue reading
Ron and I are still sad about the loss of the chicks yesterday. I have images of the 14 chicks in my head that I just can’t shake. Poor things. But I need to write about something happy. So that … Continue reading
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