Tuesday, December 28, 2010

In the Bleat Midwinter...or something like that

For a certain irreverent reverend :-)

Sheep farm, Lincoln County, North Carolina, December 27, 2010

9 comments:

The Bug said...

LOL - they're sheep ottomans! I reckon they're dressed pretty well for this snow.

ellen abbott said...

There's some sheep in a field where I park for the walking trail in this little town but they are not all thick and wooly like these.

Jayne said...

WOW... those are some BIG sheep! :c)

altar ego said...

Love them! I wonder if they think they're having a bleat winter...

Neva Flores said...

nice pictures, I do believe there is a deep meaning behind this post..........

Ann T. said...

Dear C.L.,
The only two sheep I ever met: one in Texas. It needed a Kleenex.

The other one was in a pen in New Mexico, and I was over ankle deep in mud. Since New Mexico doesn't often have mud, I was definitely wishing for some boots.

However, these are darling, and one nice thing about photos: Completely Sanitary.

ROFL!! I like yours way better. Great pix.
Ann T.

KimQuiltz said...

SHEEEEEEEEEP!!!

Carolina Linthead said...

I know, right? :-))) They are not "big" sheep, in terms of stature. They are short of leg and smallish, but they are thick with wool, extravagantly so, thus they are very "round" sheep. :-) I can't stop smiling at them :-)

Tess Kincaid said...

LOVE the title. Bleat!