Sunday, April 26, 2009


After 7 weeks away in the desert of Mesa Arizona in our 5th wheel trailer, we returned home to 100 Mile House last week. The day after we got back, Bree delivered this lovely HSt lamb. The,sheep waited for us to get home before they started lambing! Co-incidental probably, but I'll choose to think that they waited. Twelve of the fifteen bred ewes have lambed. We have some awesome lambs born this year. I will be adding some more pictures soon.

I will also be blogging over the next few months about the development of the acreage that we purchased last fall. The plans for our new house are just about complete. Fencing of the 10 acres will start tomorrow. Later this week, the electrical contractor will be installing the power lines. Once power is in and the fencing is complete, we will consider moving our 5th wheel on to the property so that we can bring the animals home.

Meanwhile, Dennis and myself, our two Newfoundlands and two Lhasa Apsos are continuing to do well in the 5th wheel. The dogs were a big hit with everyone at the RV campgrounds we stayed at on our trip south. I also look forward to reading your blogs to see what you have all been up to.


Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

You are a lot braver than I am to be gone so close to lambing! Either that, or you had very capable people watching over your place. Twelve ewes in a week is a lot of lambs; can't wait to see more photos.

Beth and Dennis said...

Hi Michelle,

We count ourselves as very lucky to have experienced sheep people taking good care of our girls. You have had some very lovely looking gul's born at your farm this year!