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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Thursday, 21 April 2011

WE ARE ALL ANY HOW (21/04 /11)

Suddenly noticed that I writes my dates back to front for our colonial cousins in America. No worries your ancestors ditched our tea in Boston.

I usually post every day. I usually post and write about what ‘as took my fancy that day………………I’ve got that far backward and behind hand so everything has gone higgledy piggledy. Don’t worry, I don’t. Remember it is free. I did promise you this so here it is. I am hopeless at video editing. Not ashamed but rubbish and I’ll keep trying. Here are proper lambs between a day old and a week old.

Park Foot Lambs

Park Foot Lambs

Brilliant lambs they are and given a six month they’ll taste good.

See you tomorrow.

13 comments:

  1. So much better than watching tv. A treat to see them enjoying life so much; however short it might be.
    And let's have some more commentary too. ;)

    I think the date thing is correct. It's them wots got it wrong :)

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  2. These lambs and kid goats are so much fun to watch when they are young. Great video, mom and pop are very protective also.

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  3. Brilliant video, not the man who isn't vegetarian.

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  4. It's not often I roar with laughter when looking at the monitor but the dog barking did it. I'd already had a giggle at the little ram lamb with real king of the heap tendancies. And what fun they had with that bale of hay.
    Thank you so much for that, I loved it!

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  5. Great Spring video for the start of the Easter weekend....
    Enjoy your Easter Adrian...

    -Trevor

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  6. Love the lambs! They're delightful. Can't bear to think of their having such a short life.
    About the date- what I find odd about us in USA, we say "the 21st of April," but we write it the way we do. I have no idea why we do it that way.

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  7. At least you didn't serve them up with mint sauce ;)

    Delightful display of gamboling lambs seemingly without a care in the world. Certainly seeing their antics brought a smile. And as previously mentioned in a comment, your 'suggestion to the dog to be quiet' was funny.

    Sounds like Keith and you had a great time ~ lovely photos on your previous post as well. How nice that that boat was reconditioned and given a new life. It must have been a joy for you to see, knowing its history.

    Good luck with righting your higgledy piggledy ;)

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  8. Keith, There was a bit more commentary I cut it out as it wasn't fit for ladies ears.

    Horst, I can watch them for hours.

    Bob, it's not brilliant but I can see it gets better.

    Pauline, the dog is a noisy little devil. They are fun.

    Trevor, You too and don't peddle too far.

    Norma, it is sad, you have a wonderful easter as well.

    Glo, We are about back to normal. It was a good week.

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  9. Reminds me of days of my my childhood holidays spent in Wales. Lots of sheep and lambs there were there. The ones on Lewis are much more serious! I don't live in sheep country here despite the fact that it's a sheep Country.

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  10. Graham, it is a superb time of the year.

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  11. Nice to see something inspiring that I don't give a lot of time to when I visit the countryside. The "warts and all" video was enjoyable as you battle to suppress outside influences !!

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  12. I am just favouring my feminine side.

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