Odd One Out

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One of these lambs is quite unlike the others...

Ha ha! Oh, poor Pip. I can put her pretty much anywhere and she'll stay there for me.

The lambs are all in the linkbox because we were taking them out into the field. They get their injections first and then out they go. Pip and I stayed in the tractor for a while to see how they were getting on.

What do you think, Pip?

After quite a lot of noise for the first ten minutes or so, almost everyone was reunited. Happy families all round.


Here are some photos I took of Teddy once the Cone of Shame had been removed (he'd had to have an even bigger one put on, the one that Ben had). He's a happy chappy.

Having been on rest for a week, Teddy was very happy to get to play some football.

It was great to have things back to normal again.

Since these photos I've given his tail a clip so he looks extra smart.

It's great to be rid of the Cone of Shame, isn't it, Teddy?



A little experiment with a long exposure, involving a tri-pod and lots of treats.