Tuesday, March 19

You need a woolly jumper in this weather!

The weather can't stop some spring events from happening. These photos were taken at Mainsgill Farm in North Yorkshire where we stopped off for a coffee during a day out on Saturday. Not only are visitors allowed to view the activities in the lambing shed but you can also view their live web cam video online.
Feeling Sleepy
Feeling hungry
Feeling puzzled.

The young lambs looked as though they were wearing jumpers that we too large for them! Martyn posted a short video here.

Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

17 comments:

  1. I'm glad you had a good day out. Who's garden did you visit?

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    1. Sorry, Jo - if I revealed that I'd have to shoot you! :)

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  2. The little lamb is so cute! His/her mommy has a nice jumper too :)

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    1. At least mummies jumper fits, Dewberry.

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    2. You're right :) The little lamb looks very funny in that jumper.

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  3. My first look at the lambs this year. The sun is out so maybe I will see some for real on the way home! Have a great week. Chel x

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    1. There were quite a lot outside in the fields in Cumbria including some lovely black ones but driving by in the car I couldn't get a photo - I would have loved to but there was nowhere to stop.

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  4. Aww they are lovely. I do miss seeing the lambs - I haven't seen any around here. I look forward to reading about the garden visit.

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    1. The noise was amusing too as the lambs had high pitched bleats and the mums low baas as they kept track of one another.

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  5. I could spend ages watching that web cam. It's so cute how they bounce around!

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    1. The one inspecting the hen was cute, Debbie. The photo doesn't do it justice - it was quite a way away and the lighting in the shed wasn't such to make for a good photo and the one on the blog was the best of a few but it was really puzzled by the cockerel.

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  6. Oh we loved this...me and my daughters loved the photo's of the lambs and the video is great. The lambs cheer you up by just watching them jumping around

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    1. They are lovely, njgf- one jumped on its mums back!

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  7. What a lovely little lamb! I'm very intrigued by your mystery garden bloggers garden visit! I guess I'll just have to stay tuned : )

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    1. They were lovely Anna - all photos are of different lambs.

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    1. Oh, don't Janet. I could easily become vegetarian just thinking about it

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