These two have earned the names of Lucy and Ethel. They have been nothing but trouble with the fence on the fritz. Going wherever they please! They have made a mess of their fleeces helping themselves to the hay in the barn. I finally have just given up on trying to keep them contained. (until Spring)
I think everyone, including the sheep are just tired of winter!
I have tried keeping myself busy with a project a day! You can only watch so many episodes of Law and Order on Netflix! I look forward to your post this week. The Blog Hop can be a great inspiration!
Kathi@Oak Hill Homestead
Nancy@Prudent Living on the Home Front
Ann@ Summer Acres
Jenny@Black Fox Homestead
Lisa Lynn@Self Sufficient Home Acre
Mary@Homegrown on the Hill
and Me @Clearwater Farm Journal
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