The boys are nosey and are always spying on the sheep next door to see what is going on. I have often wondered what the sheeps eye view of this would be like. Well after playing hide and seek with the boys - Now I know.
Fin takes the direct appoch
Kenzie goes for an 'up periscope' technique
Noah needs a little practice !
After all that excitement, it was time for a sit down and a chew of the cud.
My family (and other animals)
I took the opportunity to nip up the Pennine way. Looking back I snapped this photo. There is a prize to the first person who can spot the boys. They are there clear as a day if you look in the right place (and zoom in a bit !).
Spot the Alpaca
I mentioned that Kenzie has a sore eye in the last blog. He still has it and we are progressing with the plan. One idea is that he may be a bit short of Zinc. Digging in the shed I came across the goo bucket. This is a bucket of goo impregnated with minerals and I thought it would do no harm to give it a go again. Last time we abandoned it because it (a) gooed up the place and (b) made us laugh at Noah because it made him look like was wearing lippy. It still does a good job at both (a) & (b) but we are going to persevere with it this time.
Noah and Fin sporting 'Goo Lippy' for London fashion week
Is it too early to call it spring? Yes it is. But its great to get out without it being completely grim.