Shed Days

On a showery day, I took some time to sit in the shed with the ewes and lambs. There ones were stuck - it was too wet for them to go outside, but the brief glimpses of sunshine made the ewes restless for the outdoors. But for now they just had to wait for a decent day.

This little ewe lamb was the first to show interest in me. I love her pink nose. Very cute.

I think this one might be her brother, but I'm not one hundred per cent on that - I didn't manage to photograph their numbers. But he's got a great face too.

This one is out of a first time mother. She's doing a brilliant job.

My favourite Mule family. This lamb was the first Mule to be born here, and I think he's just gorgeous.

Some more Mule families:

I love his expressive face.

And I also love a Mule face!

My second favourite Mule family is this one - such a beautiful little ewe lamb!

For about the first three weeks of his life, this chap was a pet. We managed to get him adopted onto a Mule who lost her lamb and he's very happy.

I love seeing a good mummy.

We eventually got this lot put outside. The ewes were very annoyed to be stuck indoors!


  1. They all look rather content. The little noses are too cute.

  2. Their ears are the cutest thing ever!