Saturday, February 9, 2008

Snowbound !!

People have been asking where I public wants to hear from me...

Well the WiFi in the barn has been down AGAIN - my tech support is a disaster ! And the laptop doesn't work well when my delicate hooves are packed with snow.

Snow we have - not much food and it is 2 miles from the barn to find it. Except for my sheeply determination, I could have died this winter. It snows all winter and stays on the ground, then they park the bale miles away and say "They could really use some exercise."

We have spotted the Crone, but mostly the Big Guy Shepherd is with us. He fills water buckets and stirs hay bales and scratches backs and butts and then dodges Raven. What is it with retired rams ? The BG comes out to be sure we have enough food and Butthead tries to knock him down.

Becca says we haven't had a winter like this since before we were lambed. I asked her how she knew that if she hadn't been lambed yet ?

because I listen to the people, Blockhead...they say this much snow has been missing for 11-12 years.

Well, it can stay missing as far as I'm concerned - oh to be home in Scotland...

Benny ! Get a grip ...back in Scotland where it rains all winter and you forage for yourself until spring ?

They don't bring you food every day ??? No wonder the British Empire faded - they starved their sheep ??

It depends on where you li........oh, never mind Benny - it's really complicated and you aren't listening anyway - you are headed back out to the bale.

And she was right...the thought disturbed me so much I had to go see if the food was still there....


Christine said...

I just want to say that I love your blog postings. They always make me smile.

rugosa said...

I'm so glad you made an appearance. I was worried that you'd been buried under all of the snow.

Amelia, belle of The Bellwether said...

Benny!!! thank goodness, you've posted.

Hey, did you know you make my day? It's true. You can see more at my blog, and if you're so inclined, name your own list of bloggers who make your day. I know, as a sheep, you may not get to see many other blogs. But hey, it's the thought that counts!

I spun some of the wool the crone took from you last year -- it's so yummy! And your blog is hilarious, I never knew sheep could be so funny and so serious, at the same time!