MN breeder Pam Davis just sent me a link to her new blog. I'm adding it to my list at the right--thesheepcote.blogspot.com-- go check it out!
Pam doesn't live too far from me, as country driving goes-- I can't recall-- 25, 50 miles? Near Cokato, MN. I went there once for a wonderful dyeing class. See my post lin September 2008. Pam was a great hostess and has a nice flock of Shetlands and Icelandics. Last fall she bought one of my ram lambs to get more color or genetic lines in her flock.
I think we'll be seeing how that turned out.
My whole year, it seems, has been taking care of the seniors in my life-- mostly getting them out of places they've lived a long time-- helping downsize all that STUFF--and into new apartments or senior care facilities. I've really enjoyed that work, but have had little time for my sheep.
Good thing my daughter's here to keep them tame and keep an eye on them.
I'll put some photos in here soon.
We have a half dozen lambs here who need homes this winter-- although I have a lot of hay this year, so if they winter over here (unbred, please! I can't bear to lamb out 40 lambs!) we'll be okay, and I'll get more lovely fleece in springtime.
I'm especially excited about my Finnsheep fleece, which sells very quickly. I have a few black lambs whose fleece has taken a dramatic turn to dark gray- which is a color I just love. Ooh, and a new Finn breeder in WI is bringing me a black spottie ram lamb soon, to trade for a nice little brown one I have here. Can't wait to see him.
More later, really!