Hi folks. You may not remember me. I am Queso, Nanoo Nanoo’s good friend. I take pictures of the flock and help with the more technical parts of our internet hook-up (some of the flock say I’m a geek, whatever that means). I am really not too good with words. Before Nanoo Nanoo became ill, she asked me to take some pictures of this year’s lambs so that she could write about them. She never got to writing that piece, but I still have the pictures, even though they are now a bit dated. I still have my buddy’s password. Since the old shepherd is busy cutting hay I figured it would be safe to at least get these photos posted before he suspects something. So here it goes. I hope you don’t mind not too much written narrative.
This is the lambs’ and their moms’ first day on pasture. This is Bianca who is already in a jacket and usually has lots to say.
Bianca’s mom, Viva had to show her how those nifty outdoor water buckets work. She has it figured out now.
This little guy is Bob. He always wants to get his picture taken, but he is still a good lad.
Bubbles is excessively fuzzy. She likes to smooze with the shepherds. That is usually a good thing.
So here they are, the moms and lambs spread out on the first day of pasture. By the third day of grazing all of us were finally together in one nice big group.
I will try to get some more up to date pictures for everyone. But, I am really not much with this writing thing. Some of us have started to talk about how we can honor Nanoo Nanoo by keeping her narrative alive. We just need to find a volunteer to take over. I will let you know if we have any success. I hope that no one minds that I used my old friend’s account in order to get these images published. Respectfully submitted,
Queso — I’m so pleased that you posted your pictures. I think Nanoo Nanoo would be very pleased too. I hope you all can find another spokesheep, but in the meantime, please keep sharing your pictures with even a few words or none at all.
Hi and chin scritches to everyone for me.