Friday, May 28, 2021

AND YET MORE PHOTOS OF MY NIECE'S PET SHEEP

This is the little one's older brother, born last year around this time, along with another brother.  The two new lambs are a sister and brother.  
They live on a hillside with several trees...
and a cozy house full of fresh hay for comfort, warmth and protection against the elements.
This is one of the photos in my collage yesterday.  I thought it would be nice for you to see the larger version.
Here is dad with one of his sons born last year.
Now in profile, daddy and son.
Dad is on the hillside eating the petals off the blossom trees, in addition to eating the grass.
King of the Hill!
They have lovely views around their home.
One last photo!  I have a lot more but will wait for another time.  There are pretty spring blooms to be shared. 

Enjoy your weekend everyone and thank you for stopping by.





Added note 5/29/21 from my niece. She said her pets are called Ouessant sheep and come from a French island called by the same name.   Great to know!  Thank you Sweet❤️


 


45 comments:

  1. Those trees are gorgeous. And this place looks like Paradise. The little house is safe and adorable.

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    1. I agree Ginny :) They seem very happy sheep.

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  2. Pretty last photo there Denise.
    They are happy it seems that the hills are not a problem to them.

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    1. Thank you Margaret :) No, they are basically mountain sheep and enjoy the terrain.

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  3. totally charming.
    Thank you both again.

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    1. Thank you Sue and you are very welcome from the both of us :)

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  4. Hello Denise,

    I love the cute sheep, Dad and son are adorable photos. The views are beautiful.
    Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Hello Eileen, glad you enjoyed them. Happy weekend to you also :)

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  5. Gorgeous and the little king of the hill is so cute. Have a great weekend Denise!

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    1. Thank you Martha, happy you enjoyed my niece's photos. You have a great weekend also :)

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  6. I love these sweet sheep. do they sell the wool from them? those horns are amazing to me... I know nothing about sheep except they are cute

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    1. Thanks Sandra, they are little darlings. I'm sure it will be sheering time soon. I seem to remember that there is a lady they know who spins wool. I will have to ask my niece.

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  7. Something totally cool about sheep. Great photos.

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    1. I couldn't have said it better Yogi, totally cool! Thank you :)

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  8. Sheep are beautiful and these little ones just want to cuddle. Have a nice weekend:)

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    1. They are I agree :) Thank you Lucyna and I wish you a nice weekend also.

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  9. It’s great to see them on your blog & your friends enjoying them so much ❤️
    We don’t sell the wool. We give it to a lovely lady in town, who has a shop & makes hats, seat covers, carpets, coasters, bags etc. She‘s so grateful for it & gives me lovely bits & bobs made out our wool ❤️ Greetings to all from the Black Forest xxx

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    1. Hello my Darling, and everyone this is my sweet niece who gave me all the photos to share here. Thank you so much for all that information. Could you please send photos of her work next time you are there? It all sounds delightful! Great to see you here Sweet. Chat with you soon ❤️❤️❤️

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  10. These sheep are so gorgeous -- I'm glad you shared more photos of them.

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    1. Thank you Jeanie, always grateful to my niece who shares her photos with me :)

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  11. What breed are these beautiful sheep?

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    1. I will have to ask as I am not quite sure. Thanks for the question :)

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    2. They are called Ouessant sheep & come from a French Island called the same ❤️

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  12. Looks like a most perfect setting for humans AND sheep.

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  13. Fabulous :)

    Wishing you a good weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  14. Hi Denise,
    What cute and beautiful sheep.
    I loved the photo of the lamb on top of the hill. What a beautiful landscape they have around.
    Have a peaceful and good weekend.

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    1. Hi Maria, so glad you enjoyed them. A peaceful and good weekend to you also :)

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  15. love all the sheep - especially those horns!

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    1. Thank you Carol, aren’t those horns amazing? :)

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  16. Beautiful sheep! Love the photos you shared.

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    1. Hello Veronica, thank you so much :) and happy you enjoyed.

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  17. They sure are cute lawn mowers.

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  18. ooooh they are just too cute for words!! they do have a wonderful view and home...and nice parents to take care of them!!

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