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I wrote umpteen posts in my head yesterday, what was a Very, Very Long Day. In short, June Bug, a first-time sheep mom, had twins (!) in the early hours of Sunday morning. But, after cleaning them up, she rejected … Continue reading
… Chaco and Francisco (Paco), Cinnamon’s twin boys. Here they are at just over three hours old. Chaco is closer to the camera with more brown. He looks more like his father, Shemp. Paco is closer to Cinnamon. He’s almost … Continue reading
The first lamb(s) are here! Cinnamon had twins at 8:00 and 8:10 this morning in the spring sunshine after going into labor around 7 o’clock. She gave birth under the tarp by the sheep shack. It was easy to watch … Continue reading
One reason why: Actually two.
Ron reports that Half Moon has become a real pest. An adorable, cute, sweet, handsome pest. But a pest nonetheless. Apparently he has decided to play with, annoy, and/or pester Spot the most. The verb choice depends on whose perspective … Continue reading
It’s been a few days since I’ve written and now I’m actually on another continent (!?). Last time I wrote about Half Moon’s new games and variations thereof. He’s also had less game-like behavior with me and more game-like behavior … Continue reading