Friday, September 5, 2008

Spring has sprung!!

The grass is green and growing, the horses have a bit more pep in their step, the sheep are starting to lamb, the roosters are friskier than ever, fruit trees flowering, and I can enjoy the sunshine. I love spring!!

Here is my first Damara lamb ( fat-tail sheep) of the season, what a cutie...

Funny looking animal arent they, kind of a cross between a goat and a sheep, they shed their wool and need no shearing.

Thought Id share some pictures of my boys new pet Roosters - Dude & Frizzle. Dude is the spunky black one and seems to be the popular one with the
Frizzle is the funny shaggy one, the ladies just arent quite sure about him..

Everyone loves bread time!!

The orange pigface in my garden is looking stunning, I also love the fact that it looks after

Have a nice day!


Jules said...

That baby is adorable,i think both roosters are so nice but the shaggy one looks like a bit of a lad.Spring must really feel like spring on a farm.So glad winter is over its hard to stay sad in spring lol
thinking of you my friend

Gail McCormack said...

Oh please come and visit us at our market if you can. Your blog is wonderful, I must add you to my favourites as I think it's wonderful to have "locals" to keep an eye on

debbie phillips said...

hey cherrie, so glag your back, love the new additions to the family, sooo cute, love the quilt as well, just devine, don't you just love spring! it's happy weather, it so determines my moods.
have a good weekend and we'll see you during the week.
hugs debbie

Siobhan said...

hi Cherrie,

Nice to see you back blogging! :)

I just love Dude & Frizzle!


andrea said...

WOW!! HOW GORGEOUS ARE YOUR LITTLE ANIMALS..I want to take them home for sooty to cuddle..(i think sooty would be too jealous by far)..and the chook...OOOOHHH I love all these lucky are you to enjoy the beauty and their different characters..they must all give you a terrific buzz!!

Anonymous said...

How awesome you are experiencing Spring! I am just tasting the first bit of Autumn here in the Midwest- love the sheep picture!!
Anne Marie